Rumored Product Introductions Today: Mac Minis, iMac, AirPort, Time Capsules? [Updated]

AppleInsider notes a forum post from a source who has provided accurate information to both AppleInsider and MacRumors in the past claiming forthcoming product introductions from Apple. Apple's online stores are currently offline for updates.

The claimed introductions so far include three models of the Mac mini with one lacking an optical disc drive, a 21.5" iMac possibly carrying a widescreen 16:9 display, and updated AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule models.

MC207LL/A - K84 BEST BTR- USA
MC238LL/A - MAC MINI 2.26/2x1GB/160/SD/AP/BT-USA
MC239LL/A- MAC MINI 2.53/2x2GB/320GB/SD/AP/BT-USA
MC340LL/A - AIRPORT EXTREME (SIM DUALBAND) - USA
MC343LL/A - TIME CAPSULE 1TB (SIM DUALBAND) -USA
MC344LL/A - TIME CAPSULE 2TB (SIM DUALBAND) - USA
MC408LL/A - MAC MINI 2.53/2x2GB/1TB/NO ODD/AP-BT-USA
MC413LL/A - IMAC 21.5"/3.06/2x2GB/1TB/4670-256MB-USA
MC434LL/A - APPLE VESA MOUNT ADAPTER
MC461LL/A - MACBOOK 60W MAGSAFE POWER ADAPTER - USA

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission yesterday posted documents apparently related to updated AirPort Extreme base stations.

Update: MacRumors has received unconfirmed word that the "MC207LL/A" product is a MacBook running at 2.26 GHz with a 250 GB hard drive and 2 GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 RAM.

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