Hi, I just had an interesting conversation with a member of Apple sales staff. I want to buy a Macbook Pro 15 in the near future and want to make sure I don't buy a model that is going to be replaced any time soon, so I called to discuss. I understand that they may not be able to tell what they know and that they want to make sales, but I mentioned the rumours that are circulating about a possible processor bump and he said that based on what he knows, he would recommend to buy now. I mentioned that I'd heard about new model numbers appearing on inventory etc. and he said that he thought the reasons for a lot of the rumors were because people assume that because the iOS devices have been updated that Apple are updating everything and that because iOS devices now support iCloud, that people would think that the macs would need to be updated physically too, rather than the software update that it really is. This sounded like a bit strange to me. I'm surprised that he thought the buying public is so naive. I'm not sure what to make of it. Any thoughts?