Upgrade is when...???

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by batman123, Jun 26, 2006.

  1. batman123 macrumors regular

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    Hey, i have a question for y'all. I do nt wish for people to tell me to do searches as i already have okay...anyway...;)

    Alright, i am planning on buying a new Apple laptop for the begining of my next school year, which starts September, and before i take the dive i was wondering wether anybody knows when or if indeed an upgraded Macbook Pro is going to come out?

    This is because i have heard that in around two months or so an upgraded version will be realeased and this is around September so...could you all please give me your comments and suggestions.

    I probably wish to buy a Macbook Pro as i will need the hard drive for mass storage of my files/photos/music etc, the larger proccesser and dedicated graphics will also be good as i enjoy photography and frequently use software such as photoshop and Macromedia Fireworks. I also wish to play the occasional, may be it high powered game.
    I also may occsionally use Garage Band.

    My question is when do you think the upgrade will come out with the newer software and fixed issues?
    I wish they made a smaller yet almost equally powerfull macbook pro as that would be the best solution ever as i may need to use my notebook in a limited space....

    Any comment/suggestions would be highly appreciated.

    Batman.
     
  2. Aperture macrumors 68000

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    Well, I'm not sure about the updated hardware. As far as the software goes, they aren't coming out with a new iLife obviously until 07, same as Leopard. I think people say this all the time but, if you can wait to August to see if they come out with anything new, then wait. Otherwise, buy the MBP now. Another option is getting an external HD for all of your media. That is, depending on how mobile you need to be. Hope this helps.

    Kevin

    <edit>If you were talking about the Adobe/Macromedia Software, sorry.</edit>
     

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