“Apparently the day nVIDIA was slated to introduce the integrated graphics chip the new MacBook will use has been moved… from September 30th to October 15th,” Mac Soda reports.
“Recall the fact that the MacBook event was originally scheduled for September 29th, and was postponed to October 14th,” Mac Soda reports.
“I find it hard to believe that the announcement wasn’t moved because the MacBook event was moved, so look at this as further confirmation to our report: the MCP7A-U chipset will be in the next MacBook,” Mac Soda reports.
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[Attribution: Gizmodo. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “CYxodus” for the heads up.]
MacDailyNews Note: Apple’s current generation MacBook features the Intel GMA X3100 graphics processor with 144MB of DDR2 SDRAM shared with main memory.