AppleInsider reports that Apple’s first Macs to go Intel could be the iMac and the Powerbook and not the Mac mini as previously speculated.
The site suggests that Apple will release an iMac with with similar design to the newly released one and a Powerbook that will be about 25% thinner and will include a camera. The processor that should be used on at least one of these line-ups will be a dual-core Yonah running at 2.16Ghz, according to AppleInsider.
The report speculates that Apple will first release the iMac on January at MacWorld SF, then will release the Powerbook a few weeks later. Mac minis and iBooks should go Intel later in the year says the site.