Even though it might only be an incremental upgrade over the current generation and most likely start at the same price for the introductory model considering what's on the market now and what Apple has been able to do with the rMBP, I would say that whenever they do release an updated model that it will be worth the wait and definitely worth the wait if you currently own an older iMac. However, If I was able to upgrade now, I would be more than satisfied with the current models and I would just max out the RAM and enjoy the quad-core and GPU(which are all better upgrades over my 2009 iMac).Will the updated iMac cost more than the current gen?
Is the update worth waiting for? I don't want to pay for an arm and a leg for a retina display. Will the hardware updates be worth it?
I think usb 3.0 would be nice, but don't they make a TB-USB 3.0 adapter?I think the price will stay the same.
Although the current iMacs are great machines, at this point I think I would hold out just a little longer for the next generation.
It may just be a spec bump with USB 3.0, but if the GPU is significantly better and it has an anti-glare screen, I think it's worth the wait.
I only know of the Belkin one. Not out yet but will costs $400 so might as well just upgrade your mac and enjoy the other features. (assuming you have a new model with a good resale value).I think usb 3.0 would be nice, but don't they make a TB-USB 3.0 adapter?
1. No idea.Couple more questions:
1. How much better will the rumored new processor be?
2. Is the graphics card in the current 22in iMac good? I don't plan on doing anything graphics intensive.