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Just remembered

My previous post on the Mac Pro is especially likely to be true because Apple did the same thing with the Mac Pro’s original release: they bought up nearly all of Intel’s stock of Woodcrests upon the CPU’s release.

For at least a few weeks, the only Woodcrest computer that people could actually buy was the Mac Pro.

Since Intel’s Penryn-based Woodcrest-successor is being released in early November, this makes a lot of sense…