In a post about Apple‘s (AAPL) MacBook Pro production delays ahead of refresh, AppleInsider reports that “it is rumored that Nvidia‘s (NVDA) graphics processors will not be included in at least some MacBook models 13 inches and under, as those low-end notebooks will rely only on Sandy Bridge integrated graphics from Intel Corporation (INTC).”
According to AppleInsider, Apple’s larger, high-end MacBook Pros, with screen sizes of 15 and 17 inches, will allegedly rely on graphics processors from Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD).
At last check, shares of NVDA — currently challenging 20-day EMA near the $23.00 level — were down 78 cents, or 3.28%, to $23.09.
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