Apple unveils new Intel-based Mac
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Apple Computer announced on Tuesday the first generation of their products to use Intel processors. The iMac and the new MacBook Pro - a notebook computer replacing the PowerBook - are said to be up to four times faster than their predecessors (up to two times faster in the iMac, four times for the MacBook.)
These new lines of computers have been set up to support the newest collection of Mac software entitled iLife, which has added internet publication software to its high-end graphics, video, and sound tools.
- "Apple Unveils New iMac with Intel Core Duo Processor" — , January 10, 2006
- "Apple Introduces MacBook Pro" — , January 10, 2006
- Ian Tan. "Apple unveils new iMacs" — , January 12, 2006