Apple’s teaser ad hints at a 13.3″ aluminum Macbook

BB Gadgets has taken a closer look at the teaser image Apple released yesterday – and it looks like it could be one of the most revealing teaser images Apple has ever given us.

If you take a look at the image above you can see what Rob at Boing Boing did. He took the size of the Apple logo on his Macbook Pro, and used it as a measuring stick to determine the size of the Macbook in the image.

Based on his calculations it would suggest a 13.3″ diagonal display. The edges of the notebook, however, clearly rule out the Macbook Air. So what else could it be, but the new Macbook?

We’ll know for sure next Tuesday.

Comments

  1. im sorry but that is not a 13.3 inch Macbook…i am using one right now…and unless the apple logo is smaller it will not fit 4 on each side of the center one on my Macbook…so i dont think this is a Macbook…i think it is a sub-notebook with about a 9-10 inch screen and a smaller !

    the MACBOOK MINI or MACBOOK NANO…whatever you call it…it doesnt matter the fact is apple needs to get into this sub-notebook market and an $800 mini macbook will take it all by storm…and no one will be able to compete…unless you are really really poor and you will have to get a 400 cheapie…but why would you even spend that money on a computer if you are that poor

    now i may be wrong and i have been b4…but at least i am putting it out there in print…make fun of me if you wish

  2. Rob Broadbent says:

    Actually I’m using a Macbook right now too and I measure it to be 4 apples as well. So it looks like they’ve finally made the MacBook Aluminum.

  3. Looks like a great bookmark.

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