After all the big, uh, news from a couple of weeks ago
you could almost forget that Apple still has a lot of
time to kill PowerPC-based product to sell
between now and when they introduce their first computer with Intel inside, but what's still a little hazy is how much
they're planning to improve their current lineup before they make the switch. We don't know for 100% for certain
whether this'll be one of the last G4-based iBooks or one of the first Intel-based iBooks, but Taiwan's Economic Daily
News is reporting that Asustek, which already makes both the 12-inch iBook and PowerBook, has been tapped by Apple to
build a new 14-inch widescreen iBook.