Apple Seeds: Now Selling $999 13″ MacBook Air to Educational Institutions, MacBook Pro to Look More Like MacBook Air in 2012, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

Apple Introduces $999 13-inch MacBook Air for Educational Institutions

A void formed after Apple discontinued the white MacBook last summer, even though Apple continued to sell the machine to educational institutes. Now, Apple is selling a stripped-down version of the 13-inch MacBook Air to educational institutions. The machine essentially has the internals of the 11-inch MacBook Air in the 13-inch casing. That is, 64GB of flash memory, 2GB of RAM, and a 1.6GHz i5 processor. [Read More]

More Reports Surface Claiming MacBook Pros to Take On MacBook Air-Like Form-Factor

AppleInsider is following up other reports which claim that the next-generation MacBook Pros will take on a form-factor similar to the MacBook Air. Think of it as MacBook Airs that range in size from 11 to 17-inches. I wouldn’t bet against this. It’s just a matter of time. [Read More]

Apple Sues Motorola Over Cellular Technology Licensing

The newly emboldened Apple, who is trying to stave off copycat products from their competitors, has launched a new lawsuit against Motorola regarding the licensing of Qualcomm technology. Kinda boring on the surface, but when a decision is reached, it could have industry-changing effects. [Read More]

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