Apple announced updates to its iBook and Mac Mini lines this morning. The memory has been increased in the Mini, but the processor speeds remain the same.
As for the iBook, Apple did not release a wide screen version as previously rumored. The iBooks also ship with more RAM as well as larger hard drives. The entry level iBook has a faster processor, making it just as fast as its larger brother.
All in all, these are meager changes, though the memory increase has been a long time coming. Though, to be fair, getting more computer for your money is always a good thing. It’s just not the “new and exciting products” still in the pipeline that Apple promised when Jobs announced the transition to Intel based processors.
Checkout these links for more info on Apple’s latest revisions:
The Maccentral story on the iBooks
The Maccentral story on the Mac Mini
Apple’s latest info on the iBook
Apple’s latest info on the Mini