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Apple rolls out new versions of MacBook Air, mini

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Reuters: Apple Inc updated two of its computers, the MacBook Air and the Mac mini, with next-generation processors and operating systems, the company said on Wednesday.

The new MacBook Air, which goes on sale on Wednesday starting at $999, has the latest Intel Core dual processors and operating system Lion, in addition to other features.

The Mac mini prices at $599 and delivers up to twice the processor and graphics performance of the previous generation, the company said.

On Tuesday, Apple reported higher-than-expected earnings and revenue boosted by strong sales of its iPhone and iPad tablet computers.

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