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Old 21st August 2018, 12:06   #1
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Default Apple may unveil 'low-cost' MacBook, upgraded Mac mini this year

Apple is setting up to release a lower-cost MacBook and higher-performance Mac mini later this year, sources told Bloomberg. Given how dismal Mac sales were last quarter (13 percent worse than the same period in 2017), these new versions could breath...
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