Apple’s normally pretty good at keeping its new products under wraps, but this weekend the company had a rare moment of dropping the ball, leaking images of its new Thunderbolt-enabled LED Cinema Displays on its own site.
The new screens – the largest of which comes in at 27in – runs on the new superfast Thunderbolt platform, which allows users to daisy-chain a number of peripherals without losing the 10GB/s up-and-down data transfer speed.
MacRumors discovered the pics over the weekend, after assuming that part numbers that had been doing the rumour-mongering rounds applied to a new MacBook model. The code, however, belongs to the new Cinema Display, but a host of other part numbers are expected to refer to new versions of the MacBook Air and Mac Pro.
Commentators and other gossips seem to believe that we’ll be able to confirm or deny these reports sometime this week, when Apple’s expected to unveil the new range while finally releasing OS X Lion.