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Discussion in 'macOS' started by MatLane, Oct 13, 2008.
Maybe the mac mini will get an upgrade?
Maybe a new item or software?.
What do you guys think
To answer your question, perhaps the Minis may get some love… But don't hold your breath.
Just Apple notebooks.... plus one small surprise maybe?
Fixed that for you.
To answer your question. I don't think so.
This is a special announcement which will focus on the new laptops.
I think it will just be notebooks.
Still, the Mini *is* pretty much a notebook with no screen, keyboard or trackpad.
Don't hold your breath, though, unless you're Aquaman.
i think there might be a 'One more thing' maybe the cinema displays.
Have to wait and see. Just noticed my spelling on that one too!. It was a stupid typo and appolagies.
Yes, introducing Steve Jobs. Now even thinner.
perhaps a 'silent' upgrade to the mini? I'm kinda fond of 'em.
Same here, i have thought about getting one a few times.
I think they are a great product and a good price.
Just need a little dust
sadly yes, I don't see a mini upgrade
Though i've read no rumors or have no evidence of it, i personally think that we might see iLife 09' and iWork 09' tomorrow, can't say for sure though.
Maybe we'll see apple introduce some kind of docking station for the new macbooks / pros, because it'll have all to do with the spotlights on notebooks and many people would make great use of it.
'Steve Jobs Air' - With poor visibility due to the lack of an 'Optical Drive'
I bet on notebooks only, otherwise the invitation would have left more room for interpretations, obviously it didn't.
I agree with most others, just Macbooks i think.
Of course the event invitation said "Its all about the notebooks," do dont expect anything special for tomorrow other than notebooks.
Apple lately has been very focused on their media events. If the event is geared towards notebooks then that's the only production introductions they will do.
I only see there being Notebooks upgraded. I for one am surprised that Apple is updating the notebook line now and not save the upgrades for MWSF '09, but maybe this is an attempt to help give Apple stock a boost or something like that. But if Apple went and upgraded practically everything now and not save anything for MWSF, then there wouldn't be much of anything left for them to upgrade or announce, unless if it were something completely new.
So in all I do not see them upgrading a single thing other than notebooks tomorrow.
No new iPhone, Cinema Displays, iLife, iWork, Mac Pros, iMacs, etc.
Agree, with the caveat that there may be one surprise.