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Sources close to Apple's plans in the US have told us that its notebook, the iBook, which will be announced at MacWorld tomorrow, has already started production. The machine is being made by a Taiwanese company AlphaTop, according to the same reliable source, and hundreds of pieces are already with customers as samples. Steve Jobs is expected to proudly show off the machine, formerly codenamed P1, at MacWorld. Production is expected to hit volume this September. ® See also Analyst claims iBook to launch 21 July Taiwan firm wins iMac notebook contract

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