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Apple leaks 'Back to Mac' goodies

New iLife, MacBook Air pop up in firm's forums

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Top marks to Apple's web team - and Polish website Spidersweb for spotting it - who have put up Apple support site discussion pages for the products due to be announced at this evening's "Back to the Mac" event.

So we have references to iLife 11, which will comprise - at least - iMovie 11, iPhoto 11 and GarageBand 11.

Apple MacBook Air 2010 Discussion Forum

There appears to be no discussion of the so-called "mystery app" that the suite has been rumoured to include as a replacement for iDVD, unless it be the discussion headed "Reserved 10 20".

We also get a page headed "MBA (Need official name)" - a clear pointer to the MacBook Air refresh.

There are no details about the products, of course - you'll have to wait for those. ®

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