“Today marks the first installment of OpenApple, a column designed to help our readers bridge the shrinking gap between the Apple Macintosh and Windows PCs. The staff of ThinkSecret will be sharing news, insights, and analysis in a column running every other week,” PC Magazine reports.
Today’s column is about an expected Mac mini speed bump:
“Reliable insiders report that the Mac mini, Apple’s most affordable system, is primed for a small speed bump. Though the updated models will not feature the newest processors, Apple plans to phase out the lowest-end Core Solo model, and a faster Core Duo configuration will take over the top seat. Pricing appears unlikely to change significantly from the current models’ $599 and $799 tags,” ThinkSecret.com reports for PC Magazine.
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: This is excellent news! Microsoft’s Windows is slipping. Expect to see more of this sort of thing from “PC” media outlets as Apple Macintosh unit sales increase.