Hmm, sure looks fake to me. I'd give this about a 0.0001% chance of being true. Also notice how the pinstripes are messed up on the sides at the top.Bern said:
Already doneBern said:
If anyone read through the thing it would be clear as a bell that it was fake. I believe Apple would have PROOFREADERS look over their announcements. It is highly unlikely that Apple would let press releases, or any other major announcement, be published with typos all over it, especially in the headline ... AVAILIBILITY? Also see "Anticipitated" (subhead and text), "Apple Autorized" and "standalrd".Bern said:
Bern said:I had anticipated it to be a fake. It was actually a link posted elsewhere to that page, which I took the pdf of.
I wouldn't be too unhappy for it to be untrue I just bought a new PowerBook
Oh and pb_boi, I wasn't trying to fool anyone. It was merely something that came up in a thread in another a forum tonight. So don't be telling me never to post again, this is after all "Mac Rumors". And as I don't have the time to hang on every thread that appears on this site I obviously missed that post. I had no malicious intention as you seem to indicate.
Well that was 64 MB *GRAPHICS*, not main memory... that's 512MB.. to their credit... but yeah, the spelling thing is rediculous enough, not to mention it *ISN'T JUNE 7TH YET!*ghint said:I sure hope it's a fake... What could they be thinking? 64MB on the 12' model? No FW 800 on the 12' model? Geez...
Sooper said:Why didn't state your source when you posted the link then? Why didn't you state you question the authenticity?
Why did you start the topic with, and I quote, "I took this screen shot of the Apple Site, which has since been removed."
No *YOU* did NOT take this screen shot of the *Apple site*. You found a PDF at some other forum. Clearly you were being deceitful and your intentions were malicious.
Please don't ever post again.
Well, that really doesn't mean much. Many companies prepare web documents to be posted long before their release. It's much easier to just have it ready than do the whole thing right then. Sometimes it just gets uploaded from the testing server to the main. I think this happened to Adobe with the CS2 suite just a bit ago.Xapplimatic said:*ISN'T JUNE 7TH YET!*