any updates due??

fjs08

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I see that there are loads of upgrades due the MBP/MBA.
Is the iMac in the same upgrade rotation??
Don't want to buy one and have it upgraded "tomorrow."
Thx.
Frank
 

fjs08

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>>Go ahead and buy now. They're trying to clear out inventory. <<

Sounds like they have an "agenda" then???
What don't I know??

Thx.
Frank
 

forty2j

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I see that there are loads of upgrades due the MBP/MBA.
Is the iMac in the same upgrade rotation??
Don't want to buy one and have it upgraded "tomorrow."
Thx.
Frank
We know nothing.

Based on available information, though, we believe MBPs and iMacs are getting their update in June, and MBAs some time after then (July maybe).

Mr. Occamsrazr would have you believe that they won't announce the 2012 iMac until the very last 2011 is sold, even if that doesn't happen until November. I don't believe that for a second.
 

MacDawg

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Not likely to be updated tomorrow, but it is likely they will get an update soonish

You can check the Buyer's Guide here
And check MR regularly for the latest rumors on the release
 

fjs08

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>>Not likely to be updated tomorrow,<<

My tomorrow was in quotes to give some leeway w the response <g>.
Frank
 

Occamsrazr

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how do you define "tomorrow" in quotes? because some people have been putting off buying since January, because it was due "tomorrow"
 

forty2j

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how do you define "tomorrow" in quotes? because some people have been putting off buying since January, because it was due "tomorrow"
Ha! Anyone who expected anything before April was delusional or just not paying attention. Or perhaps both.
 

fjs08

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>>how do you define "tomorrow" in quotes?<<

Basically wrote "tomorrow" in quotes to denote I don't actually mean --- tomorrow.
ROFL.. Sorry, I didn't think it would create this much fuss.
I was just wondering if the iMac update may have been put on the Apple back burner in lieu of all the upcoming updates for other Apple products.

Frank
 

theSeb

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>>how do you define "tomorrow" in quotes?<<

Basically wrote "tomorrow" in quotes to denote I don't actually mean --- tomorrow.
ROFL.. Sorry, I didn't think it would create this much fuss.
I was just wondering if the iMac update may have been put on the Apple back burner in lieu of all the upcoming updates for other Apple products.

Frank
People are getting cranky because an update is due soon and they are tired of waiting.
 

fjs08

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>>People are getting cranky because an update is due soon and they are tired of waiting. <<

I've been on this board for a long time.
In the old days, you'd get a response without all the editorializing.
I remember once I needed information on Christmas Day.. Took 5 minutes to get 4 responses.
All helpful. Ahhh... the good old days <g>.....He says tongue in cheek <g>
Frank
 

Occamsrazr

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The problem with your thread, and perhaps the difference between this one and the one you posted back in the "good old days" during Christmas of '38 is that you were asking an answerable question back then.

Your thread today is not only 7 times redundant (go count the duplicate prior threads in the forum) but also completely unanswerable.

No one is giving you any information.... Because there is no information to give!
 

fjs08

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I actually got the answer I was looking for.
Thx all
Frank
 

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