Apple's Terminology Problems?
"We're using intel's new dual-core processor, the 'Core Duo', with the MacBook Pro", you said, Steve. Everything alright, so far. But then you go on to add: "Each chip is as fast as a G5, and the MacBook Pro has two
of them!" Now we're in trouble, Steve... Throughout your keynote, you made it very difficult for ordinary people to understand, what exactly
is inside a MacBook Pro or an iMac. Is it two processors? One? One dual-core processor or two of those? Or is it rather like the following statement that reminds me of an old Monty Python's joke? -> "It has a dual core processor. That's actually two processors. And every processor has two cores, which means two processors. So it has four processor. And each of those has two cores..."
PLEASE, Apple! Get your terminology right. The new iMac and the new MacBook Pro have _one_ intel core duo processor per machine. Each processor has two cores. Which still makes it _one_ processor. Not two. Thank you.