Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Other Apple Hardware" @ 09:26 AM
"On Wednesday Apple marked the demise of the MacBook. No, not its entire line of laptops, which made up 70 percent of the Macs sold in the company's just-completed third quarter. Getting the chop is the $999 white plastic MacBook, which has held down the low-cost end of Apple's laptop line for years."
Well this one was kind of a no brainer wasn't it? But you can still get it in the refurbished store if you really want one. But no reason for it (unless you are really nostalgic for that clunky style) is there? That isn't all that changed in the Apple Store. They also debuted a new Mac Mini, with the obligatory Thunderbolt connection, as well as a new Cinema Display. This Thunderbolt display really is slick, with all the connectors you need. I'm thinking this may be my next purchase as it would go really well with my MacBook Air.