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El lanzamiento está condicionado por los retrasos de Intel con los nuevos procesadores Broadwell: Apple to Reportedly Launch Thinner MacBook in Late 2014 or Early 2015

 

Apple will launch a thinner MacBook near the end of this year or early next year, according to a new report from Digitimes. Citing supply chain sources in Taiwan, the report notes that component production has already begun in small volumes. Apple will also reportedly cease production of the 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pro by the end of 2014.

 

A report last month claimed that Intel's continued delays of its Broadwell chip may cause Apple to push back the release of its 12-inch MacBook until late this 2014 or early 2015. The 12-inch MacBook is said to include a Retina display and may either be a successor to the MacBook Air or join Apple's current 11-inch and 13-inch models.

 

Lo más probable es que sean Early 2015

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No se si tendrá que ver, pero en la tienda me dijeron que esta semana tendrían una reunión y que seguramente aumentarían el descuento a universitarios... de todas formas no pienso esperar, hagas lo que hagas al minuto sale algo nuevo.

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No se si tendrá que ver, pero en la tienda me dijeron que esta semana tendrían una reunión y que seguramente aumentarían el descuento a universitarios... de todas formas no pienso esperar, hagas lo que hagas al minuto sale algo nuevo.

Igualmente tienes 2 semanas para devolverlo en caso de que saquen uno nuevo y lo quieras.

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Boot Camp no soportará Windows 7 en los nuevos MB Air Early 2015: Apple Stops Supporting Windows 7 in Boot Camp on New MacBook Pro, MacBook Air Models

 

 

Apple's newly refreshed MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro models no longer support running Windows 7 with Boot Camp, according to Apple's Boot Camp support document. Boot Camp on the new notebooks only works with Windows 8 or later, so it is impossible to use Boot Camp to install Windows 7 on the machines.

 

For those unfamiliar with Boot Camp, it is Apple's software designed to allow Mac users to install Microsoft Windows on their machines. [...]

 

[...] Though Boot Camp no longer supports Windows 7, the operating system can continue to be used on these newer machines with virtualization software like VMware Fusion and Parallels.

 

It is not surprising that Apple has opted to phase out support for Windows 7, given its advanced age. Windows 7 first became available to the public in 2009 and was followed by Windows 8 in 2012. Despite being six years old, Windows 7 continues to be the most heavily used Windows-based operating system.

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