Intel Yonah Processor Launch on January 6th 2006?

CoolTechZone claims to have insider knowledge of Intel's official launch date of the newest processor from Intel -- codenamed Yonah.

Intels Yonah is a dual-core chip based on the 65nm fabrication process. Yonah will also mark the first launch with Intels new strategy in place performance per watt.

The debut is expected on January 6th, 2006.

Yonah has been speculated to be used in the first of the Intel-based Macs in early 2006. Speculation began immediately after Apple's announcement that it was moving to Intel processors. Intel has outlined its processor plans in August.

Meanwhile, recent rumors have also expected that Apple will be launching its first Intel-based computers at Macworld San Francisco which (conveniently) takes place between January 9-13, 2006.

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