Friday, May 18, 2007

An Apple a day

Apple this week released its updated MacBook series of notebooks, with faster processors, larger hard drives and the same pricing as current models.

A few months ahead of the already delayed Leopard operating system, due for release in October, Apple has fitted its MacBook range with faster Intel 2 Core Duo processors and increased-capacity hard drives.

The white MacBooks will now have 80GB and 120GB hard drive respectively and the black version will sport 160GB.

The MacBook is a consumer notebook that comes with Apple’s suite of digital lifestyle software, iLife, aimed at users with plenty of music, photos and other digital media to store.