At some point those speed differences become pretty negligible, however.There were massive improvements macrumors posted from the PCIe SSD.
That is the question that each person must answer for themselves. And of course they have to realize that one or more of the possible features may not happen....
Is that something worth waiting around months for? Not in my book.
All good points.That is the question that each person must answer for themselves. And of course they have to realize that one or more of the possible features may not happen.
Is the PCIe SSD worth waiting for? For some, the answer will be yes. What's also important is that there will likely be a SSD price drop with the new iMac, the same that there was with the Air. And some people are hoping for a bigger SSD in the fusion drive.
As for the 802.11ac - if you do a lot of home sharing, it could be important. For people who have one computer at home and an iOS device or 2, it's not a big deal.
I'm waiting because my iMac still does what I need it to do. If it died and needed an expensive repair, you can believe I'd just order a new iMac right away. Otherwise, I'm looking at replacing it this year or next depending on what I see in the actual iMac announcement this year.