Celeb spills beans on new Apple notebook

Hip hop star confirms machine to be announced at Macworld


Rumours abound that hip hop star Just Blaze has told all about Apple's much talked-about sub-notebook, after he was promised one for performing at a recent Apple Christmas party. The mystery machine is allegedly to be announced at Macworld in January...

Speculation about the sub-notebook itself isn't new, we reported on the latest rumours regarding this back in July.

However, according to website boygeniusreport, Mr Blaze was one of several music celebrities who performed live at the company-sponsored music event for Apple's employees. In exchange for their work, each artist was promised a free notebook that will be unveiled at the Macworld expo in San Francisco.

The story has yet to be confirmed by secondary sources, but it certainly ties into reports from CNBC and analysts that Apple is likely to launch a Mac sub-notebook at the event that will be thinner than existing designs and use Flash storage in place of a hard disk.


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