Does anyone know if a one terabyte SSD will be likely in a MacBook Air anytime soon? I'm interested in upgrading, but primarily for the sake of storage space. I'd really like to be able to maintain all of my photos and videos on one computer (along with cloud backups, of course). As it is, I have a mid-2013 MacBook Air with the 1.7 GHz i7 processor, 512 GB SSD and 8 GB of RAM. It's actually a good machine for the most part, but I could really use that beefed up internal storage! Also, on a different but similar topic, what about the iMac with 2 GB or 3 GB SSD? My 2008 iMac is ready for the junkyard any day now, and it's primarily the slow spinning hard drive grinding away in there that's killing it. I REALLY want to upgrade that, but because of my negative experiences with the slow hard drive, especially when using iPhoto (or even Photos), iTunes, and other storage-intensive applications, I loathe the concept of purchasing a brand new machine with soon-to-be obsolete technology like a mechanical drive. Shouldn't SSDs be ubiquitous enough by now to completely replace hard drives? Anyway, that's my two cents. And I know you're all going to scream at me and tell me how it would make iMacs too expensive, blah blah blah...yeah, I know. But shouldn't it be an option? I mean, the Fusion Drive is a cool concept, but wouldn't the whole thing be a lot cooler (literally) with no moving parts??