Here's What We Know About the New MacBook Pros
With the veil over the new MacBook Pro apparently set to be lifted in just a few short hours, there's been a flurry of posts from of images of the new machines.
Today there's been a few shots posted of the left side of the new notebook, showing similar ports to the 2010 MacBook Pro, but most notably featured is the new Thunderbolt
port which almost everybody at this point expects to be the inclusion of Intel's LightPeak technology.
It seems like the notebooks are running a new build of Mac OS X 10.6.6, Build 10J3210. This is a mildly different build than the current one for MacBook Pros, which leads us, and most of the tech world to believe that Apple is implementing Intel's Sandy Bridge Architechture.
The new computers are also shipping with a new version of FaceTime, version 1.0. It is unknown if any significant changes have been made to the software at this point.
We expect all the machines to be using Intel Core processors this time around. That means we'll most likely see a Core i3 or i5 for the 13 inch, and i5 and i7 for the 15 and 17 inch models. Of course, all of this should be explicitly revealed tomorrow. Until then, happy rumoring.