Looking back at the timing for Apple upgrading the Mac line, it seems to me that they may have the wrong timing. Apple introduced the new MacBook and iMac lines in June 2017. Now, in October, only 4 months later, Intel releases a new line of processors, which are faster and will be inside most PC laptops and desktops by the holiday season. While PCs will get the brand new six core Coffee Lake processors, the expensive Macs will remain with last year's quad-core Kaby Lakes. If we are lucky, we will be able to see a new line of Macs with Coffee Lake processors being released in June next year, right in time for them becoming outdated again, since Intel is set to launch a new line of processors by the end of 2018. This is not the first time this sort of things happen. And this is quite disappointing. I can understand if Intel cannot supply enough processors for an October Mac release. Why not November, then? Why does Apple have to wait some eight months to release Macs based on not-so-new processors?