Originally Posted by bonini
I believe what the OP is asking is at what point during WWDC are the MBPs likely to be updated, as in the beginning, middle or end of the conference. I realize its impossible to know for sure, but I am curious if anyone has any good guesses based off apples past actions.
Duff-Man says...At events such as these (WWDC, past MacWorld's etc) product announcements are generally made during the keynote speech. It's also the norm for the keynote giver to say as part of the announcement what the availability is - ie Steve saying "out now" or "ships next month" or something like that.
As has been said already - *if* there is anything in the Macintosh hardware line-up being updated it is going to be very minor and not even likely to be included as part of the keynote. The fact that any update will be minor (and again, updates are not likely at all, for the hundredth time) makes it more likely that if/when they do happen it will not be at an event such as this but done quietly with no fanfare at some point in time after, like the minor update to the Macbook recently....oh yeah!