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Discussion in 'iMac' started by MBX, Feb 25, 2011.
Because Apple tends to sell more notebook computers than desktops, so they update those first.
Intel is releasing mobile sandybridge cpus before they're releasing desktop and server sandybridge cpus.
Not true. LGA 1155 parts, i.e. the ones for iMacs have been out since January 5th. High-end desktop and server parts for LGA 1356 and LGA 2011 sockets will be released in Q4 2011 but it's unlikely that Apple would use those in iMacs.
Ah ok. Regardless, apple usually updates their iMacs around spring to summer, so we're most likely only month(s) away.
From a marketing standpoint . . . you don't create a marketplace where you compete against yourself.
Just be patient please ... it's only 2 days for the new MBP, and waiting usually better. This way iMac specs can be enhanced further
People tend to buy MacBook rather than iMac or even MacPro. That's why MacBook get a headstart. But you see, main treat always come last, and so does iMac
There was also the issue with the SB chipset sata ports or whatever that was...
dell already release the new sandy bridge with fixed chipset.
Because they haven't gotten around to it yet. Sometime this year.