New iMac today? Last Tuesday of August Min-Chi Kuo.

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  1. omenatarhuri macrumors 6502a

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    I agree with the other 3 posters. Think silent refresh in November or even later.
     
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    I agree that it's not likely to happen this week. There have been no real rumors about new iMacs. I suspect new iMacs will happen with Mavericks being released.
     
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    Unlikely to be a silent refresh since it should have Haswell, 802.11ac, newer GPU and PCIe SSD - all features Apple will want customers to know about, IMO.
     
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    Apple never pushes specs that hard, and many of these are only slight bumps from the current tech. 802.11ac is probably the only "real" jump.
     
  8. omenatarhuri thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    They did actually highlight the specs quite a bit in the Mac Pro presentation at WWDC, but I suppose thats a different niche.
     
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    If Kuo was building a reputation, I wouldn't put it past Apple to discredit that by changing some dates slightly.
     
  10. CausticPuppy macrumors 65816

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    We don't need a Jim Dalrymple to "nope" this one.
     
  11. Bear macrumors G3

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    People know about these features from the MacBook Air. They could very well do an update to the iMac without having an event.
     
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    And as cool as that is most folks won't ever notice it in their day to day use.
     
  13. CWallace macrumors 603

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    They could bundle all the new updated Mac hardware (Pro, iMac, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini) with an OS X Mavericks event. Or just pack it all at the end of the iPhone launch ("A Few More Things").
     
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    The iPhone event already tends to swamp Apple's online store - I don't think they would want to announce new Macs between announcing new iPhones and shipping them.
     

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