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Rumor: Apple to Launch Mac Fusion

Rumor: Apple to Launch Mac Fusion

by , 11:40 AM EDT, June 9th, 2008

Apple's World Wide Developer Conference keynote presentation is almost here, and the latest rumors say that the company will introduce a new computer dubbed Mac Fusion along with the highly anticipated second generation iPhone. The Mac Fusion is apparently aimed at Windows and Linux developers looking to make the jump to coding for the Mac, according to TUAW.

Supposed leaked marketing images tout the line "Leave Windows behind. Build your Apps for OS X."


Image courtesy of TUAW

New product rumors are easy to come by, especially when the Steve Jobs WWDC keynote presentation is less than two hours away, so it's no surprise that there are rumors of new Macs to go along with the rumors of new iPhone features, and an updated .Mac service.

TMO will be providing live coverage of the WWDC 08 keynote presentation and additional event coverage throughout the week.

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