Part numbers & Australian pricing reveal Apple’s new lineup

Macworld Australia Staff
11 June, 2012
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A list of alleged part numbers and Australian pricing suggests Apple may be preparing to revamp nearly its entire Mac lineup and a handful of accessories.

The person who provided the picture indicated that Apple appears to be sending a reasonable amount of stock to Australian resellers in time for a launch this week.

The list with a total of 27 new parts was provided to AppleInsider, with 14 items on the list appear to be new Mac hardware, while the remaining 13 parts are listed as ‘standalone kits’ (presumably accessories). All of the part numbers also reportedly appear in Apple’s reseller system.

AppleInsider was also provided with Australian Good and Service Tax numbers for each of the part numbers listed in the inventory.

9to5Mac also posted a part list, revealing 14 new Mac models, as well as updates to accessories such as the AirPort Express.

Some suggest what the “standalone kits” will be, with reports the Standalone kits are probably iPod shuffles and the MD564ZM/A would be a $99 super drive.


[9to5Mac] [AppleInsider]

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