Mere moments before Apple shows its hand, and 9to5Mac has leapt in with a killer last-minute reveal. According to them, we can expect new MacBook Airs, Mac Minis and a brand-new Thunderbolt Display, with the following specs:
CNET's Brian Tong, he of the accurate iMac May refresh rumor, is at it again on Twiter today. This time the rumor involves Mac Pros and Minis, and the due date is either late July or early August, sources said.
Confirming earlier rumors, Apple's Mac mini server ditches an optical drive to make room for two 500GB hard disks. It uses Snow Leopard Server, and has the same bumped-up 2.53GHz Core 2 Duo processor as the updated 320GB Mac mini.
I'm not sure how they did it, but some crafty hacker has managed to cram a Mac Mini inside his Apple SE/30, turning his old-school Mac into a modern day all-in-one. Sure, you'll be running OS X in black and white, but think of how cool it'll look as your DVD slides out from your SE/30's front vents.
When it comes to living room PCs, you can't top the Mac Mini. At least that's what Intel thinks, which is why they're dishing out $1m to the person who can design a living room-worthy Viiv Core 2 Duo-based PC that tops Apple's angel. Seven of the semifinalists have been chosen and can be seen/voted on before a winner…