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Five new MacBook Pros coming Thursday?

21 Feb 2011

According to MacRumours, this Thursday will see a fleet of new MacBook Pros hit the streets.

The rumours stem from MacBook Pro stock dwindling internationally and, more importantly, two Italian sites listing new MacBook Pro part numbers.

The five new models are said to be two 13-inch versions, two 15-inch versions and one 17-inch version.

The new machines are said to be making their way to Italian resellers towards the end of the month with a released date of Thursday or Friday.

Going out on a limb, MacRumours says it’s heard reliable confirmation that the expected release date is Thursday, February 24th, which the site admits would be unusual for Apple to launch new machines on a Thursday.

Better to be safe than sorry though.

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