Actualization of Macbook Pros

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  1. jcque macrumors member

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    When Apple will actualize the Macbook Pros?

    Thanks
     
  2. nateharr macrumors 6502

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    Forgive me, but what does actualization mean in this situation?

    I'm confused.
     
  3. jcque thread starter macrumors member

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    I have read some people said to January 2010.
    Anyone know some of new features about Macbook Pro? :p
     
  4. maflynn Moderator

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    Not going to happen

    While I don't know what the OP meant by actualization (real word?) but if he meant a refresh then we're not going to see anything until early 2010 (at the earliest). Apple has rarely updated its laptop line in October or November and with the mobile nehalem processors getting ready in 2010, it means we'll have to wait to see an update imo
     
  5. nateharr macrumors 6502

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    Actualization = Refresh?

    I don't expect a MBP refresh until mid 2010 and possible later. They just updated in summer. I know Apple is all about making their own technology obsolete, but not that quickly. These aren't iPods we're talking about.
     
  6. maflynn Moderator

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    That's my guess but after looking it up, I don't think its a real word, at least in the context that OP was using. I'm no rhodes scholar but I've never heard any one use actualization instead of refresh :confused:

    In any event, I think its many people's consensus that the earliest we'll see a refresh (actualization ;) ) is early 2010.
     
  7. spinnerlys Guest

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    Rarely?

    I bought an iBook in September 2004, four weeks later it was updated. Since then I was more cautious buying stuff from Apple and observed its update cycle.

    According to the Buyer's Guide of Macrumors, the iBook/MacBook has been updated in the following months:

    5/2009
    10/2008
    2/2008
    11/2007
    5/2007
    11/2006
    5/2006
    7/2005
    10/2004
    4/2004
    10/2003
    4/2003
    11/2002


    The PowerBook/MacBook Pro was updated in those months:

    6/2009
    10/2008
    2/2008
    6/2007
    10/2006
    4/2006
    1/2006
    10/2005
    1/2005
    4/2004
    9/2003
    1/2003



    So it's safe to assume, that Apple will update their machines again this year, but it's not 100% sure of course.

    The Christmas Holiday buying season is one of the most profitable of the year, and having an updated notebook line will help generate propaganda on various online sites, that might be surfed by people researching their next computer purchase, and resulting sales.
     
  8. AAPLaday Guest

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    Haha im glad im not the only one who didn't know what actualization means. :p
     
  9. grockk macrumors 6502

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  11. jcque thread starter macrumors member

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    I am portuguese with 17 years old and I have difficulties with english.
    I hope that you understand me. :)

    You are saying that we have wait many time to have a new macbook pro. :(
    I am just waiting for it!

    The new macbook pros will have the under constructions processors, I think :(
    And about graphic card? The processor do all of work related with graphics?
    It could become the mac slower using programs such Autocad and others, based in CAD.

    Sorry for my bad english
     
  12. nateharr macrumors 6502

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    It's fine. The only "update" Apple may do this year would be to lower prices or update RAM and HD specs. And seeing as Apple already dropped prices like crazy during the summer, I don't see it happening.
     
  13. jcque thread starter macrumors member

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    Do you think, the, “Nehalem” processor, generation of Macbook, will have a good prices, too:confused:
     

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