Unreleased ‘MacBook Pro 6,1’ and ‘6,2’ referenced in Mac OS X 10.6.2 developer build

Apple Store“Applesfera reports on the discovery of support files for unreleased MacBook Pros in the latest Mac OS X 10.6.2 developer builds,” Arnold Kim reports for Mac Rumors.

“The 10C531 build was first seeded to developers just a few days ago, and appears to include references to MacBook Pro 6,1 and MacBook Pro 6,2 models that have not yet been released,” Kim reports.

“The latest shipping MacBook Pros carry a 5,x model number designation,” Kim reports.

More in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Core i5/i7 MacBook Pro models loom?

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]


  1. Mr. Reeee – Yeah, there’s definitely a niche group that would buy one of these laptops. But, Apple doesn’t usually pander to the gaming crowd. I just don’t see them coming out with a 13 pound laptop that will only run for 2 hours just to run a quad core. Apple doesn’t have a market for it. There are very few people that are going to drop 3+ grand for a laptop.

  2. @Multi-toucher

    Yes, we do. But it makes much less sense. “Core i5/i7 MacBook Pro models weaving machine”? Unless we’re talking about the as-yet-un-rumored but therefore even more likely imminent Apple aquisition of a large textile mill in the Southeast.

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