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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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When do you think these will be out and what other advancements will come with them?

Better battery life?
Improved GPU?
8gb RAM?
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As to when they will be out, nobody really knows apart from Apple, but my best guess would near when the new chips are released (rumoured for April.) That being said, MBAs weren't upgraded on par with the Sandy Bridge chips so who knows.

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Any educated guesses on the questions about specs?
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4.3Ghz processor, 16gb RAM, 2gb graphics, 640gb SSD.

Undoubtedly wrong, but seeing as though nobody other than Apple knows, it's a guess as good as any.

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