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Apple has pulled its products from the EPEAT 'green' product registry, telling the organization that its new design direction was not compatibly with EPEAT standards.
After today's incredibly tiny update to the Mac Pro, you might be wondering if Apple plans to kill off the venerable desktop. Apparently, that's not the case: New York Times technology columnist David Pogue spoke to an anonymous Apple executive who said that the company's desktops are getting a makeover, perhaps by 2013.
AppleInsider has received what looks to be a list of new part numbers destined for Australia, and it looks like there are a whopping 14 new Mac SKUs on the list.
The latest rumors claim that nearly the entire Mac lineup will be turned over at WWDC, with the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac lines receiving updates; the report also claims that either the Mac Pro or Mac Mini line will be updated, though it's not yet certain which computer will see updates.
Other World Computing has introduced a $45 kit to help adventurous iMac owners add an SSD to their all-in-one.
If you're running Mac OS X Lion, version 10.7.3 is available to download now through Apple's software update program.
Has this year's rumored iPad HD been pushed back to March?
Press images of Apple's refreshed iMac, now featuring Sandy Bridge processors, Thunderbolt connectivity, and more.