Digitimes reports that Apple's Intel lineup of Macs will launch on June 6 2006 in Taiwan.

Intel processors will be initially adopted in Apple Computer's entry-level Macintosh PC lineup, including the Mac Mini, iBook, and iMac series, with a launch in Taiwan slated for June 6 2006, according to sources at Taiwan PC distributors.

The article is a bit unclear as later it states that Intel Macs are expected in January 2006 at Macworld Expo and also incorrectly claims that the x86 Mac OS X is already available from Apple.

Regardless, Digitimes has had a relatively poor record in the past with their sources.

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