Nouveau : Mac mini, iMac et AirPort ?

Christophe Laporte |
AppleInsider vient de publier les références des produits qui devraient faire leur apparition d'un moment à l'autre sur l'Apple Store

MC207LL/A - K84 BEST BTR- USA
MC238LL/A - MAC MINI 2.26/2x1GB/160/SD/AP/BT-USA
MC239LL/A- MAC MINI 2.53/2x2GB/320GB/SD/AP/BT-USA
MC340LL/A - AIRPORT EXTREME (SIM DUALBAND) - USA
MC343LL/A - TIME CAPSULE 1TB (SIM DUALBAND) -USA
MC344LL/A - TIME CAPSULE 2TB (SIM DUALBAND) - USA
MC408LL/A - MAC MINI 2.53/2x2GB/1TB/NO ODD/AP-BT-USA
MC413LL/A - IMAC 21.5"/3.06/2x2GB/1TB/4670-256MB-USA
MC434LL/A - APPLE VESA MOUNT ADAPTER
MC461LL/A - MACBOOK 60W MAGSAFE POWER ADAPTER - USA

Pas de nouveaux MacBook ? Et un Mac mini sans lecteur optique taillé pour Snow Leopard Server ? Et un iMac 16/9 (le 21,5" de diagonale correspond en général à du 1920x1080 soit du Full HD) ? Patience…

[maj] : la première référence pourrait être celle d'un MacBook à 2.26 GHz, 2Go de RAM (1066 MHz) et 250 Go de disque dur.



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avatar iBenji | 

Peut être que la télécommande est vendue avec le clavier :/

avatar Guh | 

Otez-moi d'un doute : "shortly" en anglais, ça veut dire "pas avant pfouyaya au moins 6 heures" ?

avatar Le Gognol | 

[quote=Adrian G]Un IMac Full HD, je dit pas non, non plus.[/quote]Et bien ça existe déjà, ça s'appelle un iMac 24'.

avatar Drizzit60 | 

@ Guh: Ca à l'air de bosser dur dur!!

Moi je suis sur PC :( J'attends la MAJ des modèles pour m'acheter mon tout premier iMac. Mieux vaut tard que jamais!
Par contre le 16/9 jm'attendais pas à ça et ça m'emballe pas plus que ça :(

avatar jbeul | 

Lol BTR pour bluetooth oui :p et oui personne ne rale pour un écran plus grand, c'est de la mauvaise foie franchement plus l'écran est grand plus la surface de travail est grande.

Evidemment il faut que la résolution suive c'est sur que 800x600 sur un 32" ca l fait moins.

avatar - B'n - | 

Pourquoi vous parlez de Full HD ? Un écran d'ordinateur est toujours en HD non ? (contrairement aux écran télé qui sont plus grands mais avec les mêmes résolutions)

avatar thebarty | 

BTR, ce ne serait pas tout simplement : "Bluetooth(R) standard V2.0 + EDR".

avatar Y. Bris | 

Je suppose que pouvoir un jour se servir du iMac comme d'un [i]véritable[/i] périphérique vidéo de [i]sortie[/i] fait partie des "innovations" inenvisageables ?

avatar Eugène13 | 

18:00 20Oct09 PRN-Apple Unveils New iMac With 21.5 and 27-inch Displays
Features LED-Backlit Displays, Available Quad-Core Processors & the New
Wireless Magic Mouse

CUPERTINO, Calif., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Apple� today unveiled an
all new iMac� line featuring brilliant LED-backlit 21.5 and 27-inch widescreen
displays in a new edge-to-edge glass design and seamless all aluminum
enclosure. The new iMac line, starting at $1,199, is the fastest ever with
Intel Core 2 Duo processors starting at 3.06 GHz, and Core i5 and i7 quad-core
processors for up to twice the performance.* Every new iMac ships with a
wireless keyboard and the all new wireless Magic Mouse, the world's first
mouse with Multi-Touch(TM) technology pioneered by Apple on the iPhone�, iPod
touch� and Mac� notebook trackpad.

"The iMac is widely praised as the best desktop computer in the world and
today we are making it even better," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice
president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "With brilliant LED displays and the
revolutionary Magic Mouse, the new iMac delivers an amazing desktop experience
that we think customers will love."

The new iMac features stunning LED-backlit displays with a 16:9 aspect ratio,
ideal for watching high definition movies and TV shows from iTunes�, or
editing and watching your own videos or photos using iLife�. The new 21.5-inch
iMac features a high resolution 1920-by-1080 pixel display. The 27-inch iMac
features a beautiful 2560-by-1440 pixel display that offers 60 percent more
pixels than the previous 24-inch model. Both 21.5 and 27-inch displays use IPS
technology to deliver consistent color across an ultra wide 178 degree viewing
angle.

The iMac comes standard with a wireless keyboard and the new Magic Mouse
featuring Apple's revolutionary Multi-Touch technology. Instead of needing
mechanical buttons, scroll wheels or scroll balls, the entire top of the Magic
Mouse is a seamless Multi-Touch surface. Using intuitive gestures, a user can
easily scroll through long documents, pan across large images or swipe to move
forward or backward through a collection of web pages or photos. The Magic
Mouse can be configured as either a single button or two button mouse,
according to the user's preference. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse work
seamlessly with the iMac's built-in Bluetooth capabilities to provide a clean,
cable-free desk top.

The iMac features improved graphics across the line with NVIDIA GeForce 9400M
integrated graphics or ATI Radeon HD 4670 discrete graphics in the 21.5-inch
model, and ATI Radeon HD 4670 discrete graphics or ATI Radeon HD 4850 discrete
graphics in the 27-inch model. The new iMac line now also features 4GB of 1066
MHz DDR3 memory and capacity up to 16GB across four SO-DIMM slots. Every iMac
features a built-in iSight� video camera, mic and stereo speakers integrated
into the thin aluminum and glass design. iMac includes built-in AirPort
Extreme� 802.11n Wi-Fi networking, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Gigabit Ethernet, a
total of four USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire� 800 port and a new built-in SD card
slot.

Apple today also announced that the Mac mini, the world's most energy
efficient desktop,** is now faster, offers more storage and comes standard
with double the memory. Starting at $599, the entry level Mac mini features a
faster 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 2GB of DDR3 1066 MHz memory, a
160GB hard drive, five USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 800, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M
integrated graphics and a SuperDrive�. The $799 Mac mini features a 2.53 GHz
Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 4GB of memory and a larger 320GB hard drive. Apple
now offers a $999 Mac mini that is specially configured with Mac OS� X Snow
Leopard� Server. Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server features two 500GB hard
drives for a total of 1TB of server storage in the tiny 6.5-inch square by
2-inch tall Mac mini enclosure.

Continuing Apple's commitment to the environment, both iMac and Mac mini
extend their leadership in green design. iMac and Mac mini meet the new, more
stringent Energy Star 5.0 requirements and achieve EPEAT Gold status.*** The
new iMac now features LED-backlit displays that are mercury-free and made with
arsenic-free glass. Both iMac and Mac mini use PVC-free internal components
and cables, contain no brominated flame retardants, use highly recyclable
materials, and feature material-efficient system and packaging designs.

Every Mac comes with Mac OS X Snow Leopard, the world's most advanced
operating system, and iLife, Apple's innovative suite of applications for
managing photos, making movies and creating and learning to play music. Snow
Leopard builds on a decade of OS X innovation and success with hundreds of
refinements, new core technologies and out of the box support for Microsoft
Exchange. iLife features iPhoto�, to easily organize and manage photos;
iMovie� with powerful easy-to-use new features such as Precision Editor, video
stabilization and advanced drag and drop; and GarageBand� which introduces a
whole new way to help you learn to play piano and guitar.

Pricing & Availability
The new 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac and Mac mini lines are now shipping and
available through the Apple Store� (www.apple.com), Apple's retail stores and
Apple Authorized Resellers. The Intel Core i5 and i7 quad-core iMacs are
available for order and will begin shipping this November. Mac mini with Mac
OS X Snow Leopard Server is available from the Apple Store and Apple's retail
stores.

The new 21.5-inch 3.06 GHz iMac, for a suggested retail price of $1,199 (US),
includes:
-- 21.5-inch 1920 x 1080 LED-backlit display;
-- 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB shared L2 cache;
-- 4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM expandable to 16GB;
-- NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated graphics;
-- 500GB Serial ATA hard drive running at 7200 rpm;
-- a slot-load 8x SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+ / -R DL/DVD+
/
-RW/CD-RW);
-- Mini DisplayPort for video output (adapters sold separately);
-- built-in AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth
2.1+EDR;
-- built-in iSight video camera;
-- Gigabit Ethernet port;
-- four USB 2.0 ports;
-- one FireWire 800 port;
-- SD card slot;
-- built-in stereo speakers and microphone; and

-- Wireless Apple Keyboard, Magic Mouse.

The new 21.5-inch 3.06 GHz iMac, for a suggested retail price of $1,499 (US),
includes:
-- 21.5-inch 1920 x 1080 LED-backlit display;
-- 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB shared L2 cache;
-- 4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM expandable to 16GB;
-- ATI Radeon HD 4670 discrete graphics; with 256MB GDDR3;
-- 1TB Serial ATA hard drive running at 7200 rpm;
-- a slot-load 8x SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+ / -R DL/DVD+
/
-RW/CD-RW);
-- Mini DisplayPort for video output (adapters sold separately);
-- built-in AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth
2.1+EDR;
-- built-in iSight video camera;
-- Gigabit Ethernet port;
-- four USB 2.0 ports;
-- one FireWire 800 port;
-- SD card slot;
-- built-in stereo speakers and microphone; and

-- Wireless Apple Keyboard, Magic Mouse.

The new 27-inch 3.06 GHz iMac, for a suggested retail price of $1,699 (US),
includes:
-- 27-inch 2560 x 1440 LED-backlit display;
-- 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB shared L2 cache;
-- 4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM expandable to 16GB;
-- ATI Radeon HD 4670 discrete graphics; with 256MB GDDR3;
-- 1TB Serial ATA hard drive running at 7200 rpm;
-- a slot-load 8x SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+ / -R DL/DVD+
/
-RW/CD-RW);
-- Mini DisplayPort for video input and output (adapters sold
separately);
-- built-in AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth
2.1+EDR;
-- built-in iSight video camera;
-- Gigabit Ethernet port;
-- four USB 2.0 ports;
-- one FireWire 800 port;
-- SD card slot;
-- built-in stereo speakers and microphone; and

-- Wireless Apple Keyboard, Magic Mouse.

The new 27-inch 2.66 GHz Core i5 iMac, for a suggested retail price of $1,999
(US), includes:
-- 27-inch 2560 x 1440 LED-backlit display;
-- 2.66 GHz Intel Core i5 quad-core processor with 8MB shared L3 cache;
-- 4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM expandable to 16GB;
-- ATI Radeon HD 4850 discrete graphics; with 512MB GDDR3;
-- 1TB Serial ATA hard drive running at 7200 rpm;
-- a slot-load 8x SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+ / -R DL/DVD+
/
-RW/CD-RW);
-- Mini DisplayPort for video input and output (adapters sold
separately);
-- built-in AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth
2.1+EDR;
-- built-in iSight video camera;
-- Gigabit Ethernet port;
-- four USB 2.0 ports;
-- one FireWire 800 port;
-- SD card slot;
-- built-in stereo speakers and microphone; and

-- Wireless Apple Keyboard, Magic Mouse.

Build-to-order options for the 27-inch Core i5 quad-core iMac include a 2.8
GHz Intel Core i7 quad-core processor.

*Based on estimated results of industry-standard SPECint_base2006 and
SPECfp_rate_base2006 rate tests. SPEC� is a registered trademark of Standard
Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). Testing conducted by Apple in
October 2009 using preproduction 27-inch iMac Intel Core i5-based 2.66 GHz
units and shipping 24-inch iMac Intel Core 2 Duo-based 3.06 GHz units.
Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect
the approximate performance of iMac.

**Claim based on energy efficiency categories and products listed within the
EPA ENERGY STAR 5.0 database as of October 2009.

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avatar Bocan | 

Bon moi je vais me coucher, on en reparle demain? :-D

avatar hairquatercut | 

Tu nous le traduis.

avatar Eugène13 | 

18:00 20Oct09 PRN-Apple Updates MacBook With LED-Backlit Display, Multi-Touch Trackpad & Built-in Seven-Hour Battery
Apple Updates MacBook With LED-Backlit Display, Multi-Touch Trackpad &
Built-in Seven-Hour Battery

CUPERTINO, Calif., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Apple� today updated its
popular MacBook� with a new, durable polycarbonate unibody design featuring a
brilliant LED-backlit display, a glass Multi-Touch(TM) trackpad and Apple's
innovative built-in battery for up to seven hours of battery life. Inheriting
technology and design features from the MacBook Pro line, the new MacBook is
an ideal consumer notebook for students and new Mac� users, and is available
for $999.

"The new MacBook includes many of the great features found on the innovative
MacBook Pro, such as an LED-backlit display, glass Multi-Touch trackpad and
built-in long-life battery," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice
president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "With the only lineup of notebooks
all featuring unibody enclosures, LED-backlit displays and long-life battery
technology, there's never been a better time to switch to a Mac."

The new MacBook features a unibody, polycarbonate enclosure that makes it
lighter and more durable. The new design includes a unique non-skid bottom
surface and at just 4.7 pounds, the sleek MacBook slides easily into a
backpack or briefcase. MacBook comes standard with a bright, LED-backlit
display with the same wide-angle viewing technology used in the MacBook Pro
line. The new MacBook has a 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, a
250GB hard drive, and powerful NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated graphics.

The new MacBook includes Apple's innovative built-in notebook battery for up
to seven hours of wireless productivity on a single charge, and up to 1,000
recharges.* At nearly three times the lifespan of conventional notebook
batteries, Apple's built-in battery results in fewer depleted batteries and
less waste. Depleted batteries can be replaced for $129, which includes
installation and environmentally responsible disposal of your old battery.

The energy-efficient MacBook joins the industry's greenest lineup of
notebooks, with every Mac notebook achieving EPEAT Gold** status and meeting
Energy Star 5.0 requirements. The entire Mac notebook line now comes standard
with energy efficient LED-backlit displays that are mercury-free and made with
arsenic-free glass. Mac notebooks contain no brominated flame retardants, use
internal cables and components that are PVC-free and are constructed of
recyclable materials.

Every Mac comes with Mac OS� X Snow Leopard�, the world's most advanced
operating system, and iLife�, Apple's innovative suite of applications for
managing photos, making movies and creating and learning to play music. Snow
Leopard builds on a decade of OS X innovation and success with hundreds of
refinements, new core technologies and out of the box support for Microsoft
Exchange. iLife features iPhoto�, to easily organize and manage photos;
iMovie� with powerful easy-to-use new features such as Precision Editor, video
stabilization and advanced drag and drop; and GarageBand� which introduces a
whole new way to help you learn to play piano and guitar.

Pricing & Availability
The new MacBook is available immediately through the Apple Store�
(www.apple.com), Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers.

The new MacBook, for a suggested retail price of $999 (US), includes:
-- 13.3-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1280 x 800 glossy display;
-- 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 3MB shared L2 cache;
-- 1066 MHz front-side bus;

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avatar Eugène13 | 

18:00 20Oct09 PRN-Apple Introduces Magic Mouse -- The World's First Multi-Touch Mouse
CUPERTINO, Calif., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Apple� today introduced
the new wireless Magic Mouse, the first mouse to use Apple's revolutionary
Multi-Touch(TM) technology. Pioneered on iPhone�, iPod touch� and Mac�
notebook trackpads, Multi-Touch allows customers to navigate using intuitive
finger gestures. Instead of mechanical buttons, scroll wheels or scroll balls,
the entire top of the Magic Mouse is a seamless Multi-Touch surface. Magic
Mouse comes standard with the new iMac� and will be available as a Mac
accessory at just $69.

"Apple is the Multi-Touch leader, pioneering the use of this innovative
technology in iPhone, iPod touch and Mac notebook trackpads," said Philip
Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
"Apple's Multi-Touch technology allows us to offer an easy to use mouse in a
simple and elegant design."

Magic Mouse features a seamless touch-sensitive enclosure that allows it to be
a single or multi-button mouse with advanced gesture support. Using intuitive
gestures, users can easily scroll through long documents, pan across large
images or swipe to move forward or backward through a collection of web pages
or photos. Magic Mouse works for left or right handed users and multi-button
or gesture commands can be easily configured from within System Preferences.

The Magic Mouse laser tracking engine provides a smooth, consistent experience
across more surfaces than a traditional optical tracking system. Magic Mouse
uses Bluetooth

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avatar Eugène13 | 

18:00 20Oct09 PRN-Apple Introduces Magic Mouse -- The World's First Multi-Touch Mouse
CUPERTINO, Calif., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Apple� today introduced
the new wireless Magic Mouse, the first mouse to use Apple's revolutionary
Multi-Touch(TM) technology. Pioneered on iPhone�, iPod touch� and Mac�
notebook trackpads, Multi-Touch allows customers to navigate using intuitive
finger gestures. Instead of mechanical buttons, scroll wheels or scroll balls,
the entire top of the Magic Mouse is a seamless Multi-Touch surface. Magic
Mouse comes standard with the new iMac� and will be available as a Mac
accessory at just $69.

"Apple is the Multi-Touch leader, pioneering the use of this innovative
technology in iPhone, iPod touch and Mac notebook trackpads," said Philip
Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
"Apple's Multi-Touch technology allows us to offer an easy to use mouse in a
simple and elegant design."

Magic Mouse features a seamless touch-sensitive enclosure that allows it to be
a single or multi-button mouse with advanced gesture support. Using intuitive
gestures, users can easily scroll through long documents, pan across large
images or swipe to move forward or backward through a collection of web pages
or photos. Magic Mouse works for left or right handed users and multi-button
or gesture commands can be easily configured from within System Preferences.

The Magic Mouse laser tracking engine provides a smooth, consistent experience
across more surfaces than a traditional optical tracking system. Magic Mouse
uses Bluetooth wireless capabilities to create a clean, cable-free desk top
and its secure wireless connection works from up to 10 meters away. To extend
battery performance, Magic Mouse includes an advanced power management system
that works with Mac OS� X to automatically switch to low power modes during
periods of inactivity. The wireless Magic Mouse is powered by two AA batteries
which are included.

Pricing & Availability
Magic Mouse comes standard with the new iMac and is available at the end of
October through the Apple Store� (www.apple.com), at Apple's retail stores and
Apple Authorized Resellers for a suggested retail price of $69 (US). Magic
Mouse requires Mac OS X Leopard� version 10.5.8 or later.

Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II
and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today,
Apple continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning
computers, OS X operating system and iLife and professional applications.
Apple is also spearheading the digital media revolution with its iPod portable
music and video players and iTunes online store, and has entered the mobile
phone market with its revolutionary iPhone.

© 2009 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, Mac OS,
Macintosh, Multi-Touch, iPhone, iPod touch, iMac, Apple Store and Leopard are
trademarks of Apple. Other company and product names may be trademarks of
their respective owners.

SOURCE Apple

Janette Barrios, +1-408-974-7608, jbarrios@apple.com, or Colin Smith,
+1-408-862-1171, colins@apple.com, both of Apple

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avatar Eugène13 | 

fAITES CHAUFFER LES CARTES

avatar Karamazow | 

La nouvelle souris "Magic Mouse" est sur le site Apple !!!

avatar arturus | 

applestore ouvert !!!!

avatar manix93 | 

du 27" ??!! franchement sa serait frais !

avatar lekos | 

La Magic Mouse est juste magnifique !

http://www.apple.com/magicmouse/

avatar Karamazow | 
avatar franc0 | 

[url]http://www.apple.com/imac/design.html [url=*]

sayer nouveau imac

avatar skyop | 

SA Y EST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

avatar kertruc | 
avatar DarkMoineau | 

Le 3.06 actuel à 6MB de cache L2.

Alors descendre à 3 n'aurais pas de sens. FAKE

(surtout que le 2.66 actuel à 6MB sur l'iMac.)

avatar bugueur | 

Yessssssss Yessssssss Yessssssss Yessssssss Yessssssss Yessssssss

avatar sebastianvalmont | 

Il y a déjà les photo sur l'Apple Store U.S ;)
http://www.apple.com/

avatar ka-mii | 

elle est pas mal belle la magic souris

avatar Sushiwa | 

Les photos sont dispo dans les news de la pages d'acceuil US !!!

avatar Eugène13 | 

@DARK MOINEAU

Des excuses s'il te plait !!

avatar Karamazow | 

Punaise, le Mac Mini avec un processuer jusqu'à 2,66 GHz !!!

avatar ipascm | 

en bas de la page on a aussi un image dunouvel imac 27' !!

avatar lekos | 

Le Mac book blanc a été redesigné

avatar Adrian G | 

Le Gognol,

Il est possible que je me trompe, mais le 24 pouces n'est pas un Full HD, il a une résolution de 1 920 x 1 200 et non de 1920 x 1080. Et un écran HD à une résolution de 1920 x 1080

avatar DarkMoineau | 

[url]http://www.apple.com/fr/[/url]

Effectivement.

avatar pinkipou | 

Une autre description chez buisnessweek, avec image de la nouvelle souris (en anglais) :

http://www.businessweek.com/technology/ByteOfTheApple/blog/archives/2009/10/apple_announces.html

avatar ka-mii | 

27 pouces O_0 le kiff. je le veux !

avatar ipascm | 

Microsoft doit vraiment etre deg', ca va parler mac et pas beaucoup windows 7' !!!!! je crois que je vais craquer pour le 27 !

avatar Le Gognol | 

[quote=Adrian G]Le Gognol,

Il est possible que je me trompe, mais le 24 pouces n'est pas un Full HD, il a une résolution de 1 920 x 1 200 et non de 1920 x 1080. Et un écran HD à une résolution de 1920 x 1080[/quote]

Justement, il est au dessus de la norme, donc Full HD "and more"... Je trouve ça mieux car ça les films Full HD passent bien, et ça fait plus de pixels en hauteur pour travailler.

avatar thebarty | 

Le 27" avec Corei7 !!!!!

avatar philus | 

Core i7, souris multitouch, tuerie absolue !!

avatar torkain | 

ca y'est les nouveautés sont en ligne...

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