“Intel’s Light Peak technology (also known as Thunderbolt) was first introduced on Apple’s MacBook Pro line-up last month,” Mark Reschke writes for Three Guys an a Podcast. “Thunderbolt is set to race across the Mac platform, spreading across Apple’s entire lineup by the end of 2011.”
“The next Mac product to include Thunderbolt is the Mac mini — via a product update due this month,” Reschke writes. “Following the Mac mini will updates to the iMac and Mac Pro towers. That said, both systems update timelines have varied greatly in the past few years. What is not known is how many Thunderbolt ports each system will receive.”
Reschke writes, “The MacBook Air appears slated to be the last Mac in Apple’s lineup to receive the Thunderbolt technology, sometime during the late-fall of 2011.”
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