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Macbook - Do you think the nex gen macbooks will get more or less expensive


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The macbooks that come with leopard. Do you think they will have core 2 duo processors?
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yeah cuz i think leapard runs on 64 bit or something, and core duos only have 32. macbooks have to be on core 2 duo process. to run leapard. and i dunno about prices, but i hope they stay the same. even though i already got my macbook
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They will be the same. Maybe a few more or less but virtually the same. Apple is good about not hiking prices, they keep it consistent. MacBooks and MBP, iMac, and MacPro are all on par with G4 and G5 predecessors in price when they first came out.

I don't think they will be Core 2 Duo either. I think those will go in MBP.
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yeah cuz i think leapard runs on 64 bit or something, and core duos only have 32. macbooks have to be on core 2 duo process. to run leapard. and i dunno about prices, but i hope they stay the same. even though i already got my macbook
Leopard will still be able to run on G3/G4/G5 and Core Duo's. You won't need a 64 bit processor for it to run

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