Macbooks with Intel’s Ivy Bridge Could Be out April 8, 2012 -Rumor

Rumor has it that Macbooks equipped with Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge processors could be out by April 8. Reports from various sources point to Digitimes as the source for a possible release date for Intel’s next generation CPUs using the Ivy Bridge architecture.

Macbooks with Intel Ivy Bridge processors could be out very very soon. Image from the Apple website

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New Macbook Air Models with Intel’s Ivy Bridge Coming Soon

Apple is scheduled to come out with new notebooks with the Intel’s new-fangled Ivy Bridge processors. An Apple Macbook notebook, particularly a Macbook Air, with an Intel Ivy Bridge pricessor  should come out in the second quarter of 2012 according to Digitimes.

Apple is scheduled to come out with a Ivy Bridge-powered version of the Macbook Air in the second quarter of 2012. Image from Apple website.

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Microsoft Releases Patches for Office 2011 for Mac OSX

While we wait for the official release of Microsoft Office for Mac OSX Lion, Microsoft came out with an update for Microsoft Office 2011. Microsoft Office 2011 is the latest version of the office suite of applications. While it runs well on Mac OSX Lion, officially, it supports only up to OSX Snow Leopard.

Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac OSX. Microsoft Office with Lion support is expected to come out in 2012.

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Microsoft to Release Updated Office for Mac OSX Lion and Office for iOS

Microsoft Office–Word, Powerpoint, Excel–for Mac OSX

While previous versions of Microsoft Office might work on Mac OSX Lion, the existing version of Microsoft Office 2011 only officially supports Mac OSX Snow Leopard. Recently, Microsoft announced that it is preparing Office 2012, meant specifically to work in OSX Lion, according to a report by Apple Insider

How does this affect Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel as they are used in Mac OSX Lion? What cool and useful new features can possibly be added? Read more fter the jump.
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