|Feb 24, 2013, 06:29 AM||#1|
Should I Buy the Current MacBook Pro
I'm looking to upgrade my MacBook Pro mid-2009, I need an i7. Right now Apple are offering the MacBook Pro 15" that I need but MacRumors tell me to wait as an update is imminent. Here are my thoughts:
1. I want to be able to upgrade RAM and HDD whenever I want.
2. The current MBRetina have fused RAM and SSD making upgrades impossible.
If I wait as MR want me to, is there a possibility of Apple following the soldering-to-mainboard trend or will they always offer a MBP that is upgradable by the end-user?
|Feb 24, 2013, 06:37 AM||#2|
You will still have the opportunity to buy the old version when the Haswell MBPs hit the streets, so you can decide then if you want to wait
|Feb 24, 2013, 07:11 AM||#3|
Thanks for the quick reply. To be able to upgrade hardware myself is why I want the MBP - any idea what sort of price the Haswell will be? More expensive than the current MBP?
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