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Future MacBook Air Will Allow You To Use Three Screens At Once [Rumor]

Rumor has it that, future MacBook Air could support  three displays at once using a single Thunderbolt connection.

leaked roadmap of Intel’s plans for its Ivy Bridge processors in 2012 suggests this could well be a possibility. And with Apple’s next-gen laptops scheduled to boast Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors, it’s likely that future MacBook Airs and Pros will be able to support two external displays in addition to the MacBook’s built-in screen.

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Heavily Discounted Apple Deals by BestBuy for Black Friday Revealed

Black Friday is due in couple of days so it’s about time to get some beforehand news about some crazy Discount offers for this big day. Here’s what Best Buy has to offer for Apple this Black Friday.

Black Friday Offers for Apple Products:

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Thicker iPad 3, All Metal 4-Inch iPhone 5 Coming This Summer [Rumor]

Rumor Mills have started a new rumor about possible changes in next year’s Apple product lineup. iLounge reports that one of their trusted source has spoken of three things which will be on display next summer. The first on the agenda being, iPad 3 will be slightly thicker than the iPad 2, secondly, The iPhone 5 to be released as a 4-inch device, and finally, a new look MacBook Pro line will be launched.

Firstly, we shall discuss the iPad 3 being slightly thicker than iPad 2 scenario:

iPad 3 is rumored to be 0.77mm or about 8% thicker than iPad 2. This is required to install the twin light bar system needed to illuminate a 9.7-inch Retina Display. Makes sense to us, as does iLounge’s claim that the iPad 3 would be released in March but shown off for the first time in January which would give developers ample amount of time to update their iPadapps to the new Retina Display.

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MacBook Air Makes Up 28 percent Of Apple’s Overall Notebook Shipments

Till May, Apple’s thinnest laptop accounted for a mere eight percent of overall notebook shipments. However, going by recent reports, the MacBook Air now makes up 28 percent of Apple’s overall notebook shipments.Apparently, this has happened because of  the MacBook Air’s mid-2011 update which has had a significant effect on Apple’s diminutive notebook.

Today, the MacBook Air makes up 28 percent of Apple’s overall notebook shipments. Since Apple discontinued the plastic MacBook in July, its very clear that the MacBook Pro accounts for the bulk of the remaining 78 percent of shipments. The deletion of the plastic MacBook from the lineup may in fact account for some of the MacBook Air’s revival.

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Apple’s New MacBook Pro’s Expected By End Of The Year

For the past few weeks rumors of Apple planning to tweak its MacBook Pro line were doing the rounds on the web. It seems that they rumors for once were true, with Apple showing on its own online store of MacBook Pro’s new memory model due to be shipped later this year. It will probably have some meager CPU modifications and possibly an improved Bluetooth Wireless networking.

If you do a search on Apple’s online store for ‘MacBook Pro’, you get a list of Apple’s products. In that list of products, there are two mysterious entries for ‘Macbook Pro Memory Model’ toward the bottom with the caption “Ships: Coming in November”.

The two links which can be seen in above image are currently inactive. Although these might be the spare part numbers for the new MacBook Pros and the 2_3 and 2_4 could be the new speeds of the quad-core Intel Core i7 processors (current is 2.0 to 2.3 GHz). If they are spare parts, these often ship a week or so after the new products so the Mac Book Pro’s could come sooner than ‘November’.