Not that anyone has been doubting Apple will announce new MacBook and MacBook Pro models during its special media event on October 14, but now it appears that Apple has unintentionally confirmed thatis exactly what will happen thanks to a leaked repair document. The company posted then pulled a document from its Web site over the weekend that references the "MacBook/MacBook Pro (Late 2008)," according to MacRumors.
The PDF document detailed the AirPort card installation process, but showed little else about the alleged new laptops.
Apple invited media representatives last week to a special media event at its Cupertino campus on Tuesday, October 14. The invitation showed a laptop lid with a glowing Apple logo and the text "The spotlight turns to notebooks."
Apple has not confirmed that is introducing updates for its MacBook and MacBook Pro product lines and has a policy of not commenting on rumor and speculation.
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