A totally different Mac

A Japanese website with a hit-or-miss rumor success rate [1. Note: My six-year-old has a hit-or-miss rumor success rate. Me: “Will Apple release a new iPhone in October?” Him: “No.” Me: “Will a new Mac Pro be released in January?” Him: “Yes.” If even one of those wild, uneducated, unfounded and out-of-the-blue guesses turns out to be correct, he’ll have a hit-or-miss success rate with Apple rumors. He also thinks Phineas and Ferb are real, so…] reports that a parts manufacturer says Apple will release new Macs this year. Here’s the translation:

“According to anonymous source in Asian supplier company, Apple seems to be preparing project to release new Mac line-up which is absolutely different from current products until end of this year.

Though this source does not told in detail, this new Mac line seems to be clearly different products from current ones, so new product name could be given.”

The second sentence is simply the first sentence re-worded, so ignore it. That leaves this:

“According to anonymous source in Asian supplier company, Apple seems to be preparing project to release new Mac line-up which is absolutely different from current products until end of this year.”

Nix the part about the source because we know that. Now we’ve got:

“Apple seems to be preparing project to release new Mac line-up which is absolutely different from current products until end of this year.”

Apple will release new Macs. There’s your story, folks.

Apple will release new Macs. [2. Similar: Chevrolet will release new cars, and Lada GaGa will release new music and I will release my bowels.]

Wow.