Mac Observer article: WWDC predictions

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    Apologies if this has been already posted... couldn't find it anywhere.

    Found this to be very level-headed and possibly a cold dash of water to those getting excited about some rumored hardware announcements.


    http://www.macobserver.com/columns/hiddendimensions/2006/20060804.shtml


    Some excerpts:



     
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    No mention of a professional tower???
     
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    This was a good article, and it did mention a Mac Pro in passing.
     
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    It doesn't mention desktop upgrades at all. I'm sure they'll be announced, but the article mentions nothing...weird.
     
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    This is pure BS. Vista is feature complete and Apple knows everything Vista will(not) have when it is released. :rolleyes:
     
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    yeah that is weird....
     
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    Good article Blue Velvet, thanks for sharing. :)
     
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    As Chaszmyr said, it's mentioned in passing:

    "If the Core 2 Duo is introduced in the MacBook Pro, then the Mac Pro will probably be next on the agenda."
     

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