Apple has been busy this spring, rolling out the new iPad and a new iPhone operating system last week. Apple added to its line of product launches today, unveiling a more powerful, faster MacBook Pro Laptop.
Apple has upgraded both its MacBook Pro and MacBook computers. It has added multi-touch facility and Core 2 Duo Penryn processors for MacBook Pro, and added Penryn processors for the MacBooks using no multi-touch feature.
Rumors are circulating about Apple's possible multi-touch trackpad being added to Apple's other line of notebooks to come. Just like how iSight video cams were becoming common on Apple's early computers, it may do the same with its trackpad feature.
PC World reviewed different laptop models and says MacBook Pro is the fastest laptop running Microsoft Windows Vista programs even among computers with dedicated Vista only OS. MacBook with its Leopard OS can run both Vista and Mac programs.
Just a couple of weeks after the MacBook Pro was upgraded with Intel’s Core 2 Duo chip, an online vendor is offering a 13.3-inch Core 2 Duo MacBook for pre-sale, upstaging any Apple announcement. Is it for real, just a misprint or a malicious trick?