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Apple’s finite loop

Why I think Apple’s infinite loop is turning gradually finite.

WWDC predictions: A new iOS, Mountain Lion date, and iCloud updates

Spoiler alert! Apple is going to announce things on Monday morning at a keynote address kicking off the annual Apple World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC). Since speculation and rumors are half the fun (and annoyance) of reporting on Apple, we’ve collected some of our predictions for the big event.

No, Apple won’t be dumping Intel chips for ARM, you crazies

Here’s your latest crazy Apple rumor: Sources say that Apple is looking to move towards ARM processors in its laptops, which would replace the Intel chips its been relying on for the past few years, SemiAccurate reports.

Apple updates MacBook Pros with Sandy Bridge CPUs, Thunderbolt ports

Just as we expected, Apple this morning announced the latest refresh of its Macbook Pro laptop family. Among the changes are the inclusion of Intel’s new Sandy Bridge Core i5 and i7 processors, high-speed Thunderbolt ports, and FaceTime HD cameras.

Apple rumored to launch new Macbook Pros

Apple is reportedly planning to introduce new MacBook Pro laptops this week, based on stories leaking from retailers. The company may also use a new high-speed connection technology.

Apple now the No. 3 notebook PC company — if you include the iPad

The iPad is Apple’s gateway to notebook PC dominance — if you agree with Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore’s reasoning that investors will begin to look at tablets as notebooks. When viewed in that light, Apple is now the No. 3 notebook PC company — trouncing Dell, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba — reports Fortune.