“Brick” Rumours Mystery Unveiled
After several weeks of speculation about what exactly a product known as the “brick” could be, 9to5Mac.com has put an end to the speculation.
According to the rumour site the “brick” refers to the manufacturing process that Apple is employing to build the new MacBooks. Previously Apple outsourced the manufacturing to plants such as Foxconn in China but the company has reportedly spent years building its own manufacturing process that uses lasers and jets of to cut out a MacBook shell from a “brick” of aluminium.
9to5Mac goes onto speculate that such a manufacturing process will give Apple significant advantages over its competition including:
Finally 9to5Mac reminds us that Apple CFO Peter Oppeinheimer recently stated during a conference call that Apple will continue to release innovative products that “Apple’s competitors won’t be able to match”.