The same Vietnamese website that, last week, unearthed the latest leaked iPhone 4G has come up with the goods again - this time showing off an apparent update for the Apple Macbook.

The video shows that the MacBook has already been boxed up and labelled, which could signal a quick release. Apple could officially launch it at WWDC on 7 June and the device could even be available to order in the Apple store the same day.

The spec is a slight step up from the current, MC207B/A, models. The processor is up from 2.26GHz to a 2.4GHz Core 2, and the graphics, via Nvidia, have also been improved up to a GeForce 320M.

Apart from that, it's pretty much how you were, 250GB of hard drive space, 2GB of RAM and a 13.3-inch, 1280 x 800, display. You know what they say - if it ain't broke....

The two questions that really need answering now are: Firstly, might we also now see an update for the MacBook Air? And secondly, who is supplying this Vietnamese site with all these Apple goodies? Answers on a postcard please.

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