Not much has changed in terms of the chassis redesign for the MacBook other than what we learned in April, but now we have a rough estimate as to when we will see them in stores. The redesign of the chassis is necessary to accommodate the new Intel processors, which require a “socket B” logic board. According to AI, the Commercial Times is reporting that two Taiwanese manufacturers will be splitting the LCD panel orders and that they will launch sometime in Q3. Nothing else was revealed.
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