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The most recent rumor about the arrival of a MacBook Pro refresh arrival date was March 11th. MacRumors has heard word from a Danish blogger who claims that a major Danish Apple reseller has said new MacBook Pros are incoming on the first of March. This is a Tuesday and if history is correct, Tuesdays are typically days when Apple unleashes new products.

On top of the expected Sandy Bridge update, it’s also been rumored that some aspects of the new MacBook Pro design may be borrowed from the MacBook Air‘s. This possibly means that some MacBook Pro models might sport SSDs and no optical drive.

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While we at least know that new MacBook Pros will be arriving sometime soon (rumored for March 11th), word has gotten around that Apple will also update the MacBook Air this summer, and it’s none other than a Sandy Bridge update. While this may not seem like a huge piece of news, keep in mind that the current MacBook Air line uses last-gen Core 2 Duo chips with less-than-stellar graphics. Despite this, there not all that bad, but with Sandy Bridge, the MacBook Air could possibly be an amazing piece of work, since the graphics are built directly onto the CPU chip.

via [CNET]

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It’s obvious that Apple will release a refreshed line of MacBook Pros come this spring, but the exact time period is still foggy at this point. However, 9to5Mac has obtained word that Best Buy stores have placed “dummy SKUs” of MacBook Pros into their databases. The release date for those? March 11th. These dummy SKUs also shows a $1,199 for one of the models, which is the cheapest model of the current 13-inch MBP. This means we might not see a permanent price drop when the new models roll in.

via [9to5Mac]

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Yesterday, media giant News Corporation unveiled The Daily iPad-only newspaper during a press event. Afterward, founder and CEO of News Corporation Rupert Murdoch sat down for an interview where he told the interviewer that Steve jobs doesn’t just create, but he also destroys the things that he creates.

“I think this is the end of the laptop. Here we have the man who invented the personal computer, then the laptop.  He’s now destroying them.  That is an amazing life.”

While I’m sure Apple’s CEO doesn’t want to directly destroy the things that he created, it’s really all part of the circle of life. When you create new things, older creations simply become less important and eventually vanish naturally.

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27 years ago today, Steve Jobs unveiled the Macintosh 128K computer. It was Apple’s first computer to run on Mac OS, which was called System 1.0 back then. This revolutionary machine featured a 9-inch black and white monitor, an 8 MHz processor, 128 KB of RAM, and used a 400 KB 3.5-inch floppy disk as storage space. All of this could have been yours for only $2,495.

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We see a lot of computer case mods nowadays. Aquariums, robots, you name ‘em. They’re nothing new by any means, but this one is quite creative to say the least. A New Zealand resident took an old Apple G4 tower, gutted its internals and used the case to turn it into his very own mailbox, complete with the little vented door and address numbers.

My only question: how weather-proof are Apple G4 cases? I guess we’ll wait and see.

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If this isn’t bad luck, I don’t know what is. An Oklahoma couple, both leading cancer researchers at Oklahoma University, had their 13-inch white MacBook stolen out of their car in a Panera Bread parking lot. The couple said that the MacBook contains several years of valuable cancer research data that possibly provides a cure for prostate cancer. Of course, the couple didn’t have their valuable data backed up and are offering a $1,000 reward for anyone that can return the laptop with all of the data intact. The couple even said the thief who stole the laptop could return it for the $1,000 reward.

Let this be yet another lesson why backing up isn’t for chumps.

via [CNET]

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For a game that’s over two years old and only costs a little over $32 on Amazon, it sure doesn’t make sense why the Mac App Store priced Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare at a rough $49.99 (same price when it first released). In any case, it’s nice that Mac users can now get a plethora of video games from some place other than Steam, especially since Steam doesn’t offer CoD4 on Mac just yet.

via [TechCrunch]

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While Apple themselves don’t support the uninstallation of the Mac App Store in any way, it’s still possible in case you don’t really care for the new program. Using a free Mac program called AppCleaner, you can easily uninstall the Mac App Store and its associated files. This is a great fix for those Mac users who hate having unused apps and programs laying around taking up precious storage space.

via [OSNews]

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iTunes is a Decade Old

Today, iTunes turns ten years old. It was born on January 9th, 2001 at the MacWorld Expo as just a regular music player that simply played music (how I wish they all just did that now). Even though it’s sluggish and crashes sometimes, we can’t help but salute and wish it ten more healthy years of music playing. Then we’ll give it ten birthday spankins’ and a pinch to grow an inch.

Also, you check out Steve Jobs’ introduction to iTunes back in 2001 after the break. This was when young Jobs actually had some meat on those bones.

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