The Apple Core: Merom MacBooks for the holidays

Posted by:
Date: Wednesday, July 26th, 2006, 09:18
Category: MacBook Pro

intel-core-2-duo.jpgIt’s pretty easy to deduce that Merom, Intel’s successor to the Yonah (a.k.a. Core Duo) chip, will find its way into a speed-bumped MacBook Pro. The question is when.
Intel will be announcing the Core 2 Duo chips at a press event tomorrow (Thursday) at company headquarters in Santa Clara, CA according to a spokesman. Although the event will focus on the desktop Core 2 Duo chip (Conroe) the notebook version (Merom) is expected to debut as well, with the caveat that it won’t be available until August.
Although I originally reported that Merom may appear in the MacBook Pro as early as August, sources close to the project have their doubts.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


intel-core-2-duo.jpgIt’s pretty easy to deduce that Merom, Intel’s successor to the Yonah (a.k.a. Core Duo) chip, will find its way into a speed-bumped MacBook Pro. The question is when.
Intel will be announcing the Core 2 Duo chips at a press event tomorrow (Thursday) at company headquarters in Santa Clara, CA according to a spokesman. Although the event will focus on the desktop Core 2 Duo chip (Conroe) the notebook version (Merom) is expected to debut as well, with the caveat that it won’t be available until August.
Although I originally reported that Merom may appear in the MacBook Pro as early as August, sources close to the project have their doubts.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

Recent Posts