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Tuesday, 15 May 2007 11:07

Apple looks at 3G rumour

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Apple is out shopping for a PCI Express mini-card that could be factory-installed in order to give Apple laptops 3G capability.

According to Apple Insider, Apple wants to put the card in the lid of the laptop in a bit to decreases interference from the motherboard. The technology is likely to end up in the Mac Pro, but it is unclear what networks will be supported.

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