I'm saving my $ and am going to buy the latest and greatest when it comes out. I can barely wait. As a diligent reader and researcher of Macrumors and Apple Computer, my best educated guess is that the new MacBooks will arrive in the second quarter of 2012 (April to June) and they will probably morph into the MacBook Air line. They will be powerful, beautiful, and worth the wait.
I am pretty new back to the Apple scene. I am just gearing up to ditch my last 2 Windows machines and move to a Macbook Pro.(have the ipad, iphones, iMac, Airport Extreme, ATV).
I am waiting for the 2012 refresh hoping for a good graphics bump. Does anyone with any experience know what sort of cycle Apple work on for GPU bumps.
With Ivy Bridge chips I believe the onboard GPU is pretty good for even low level gaming and video. That would lead me to assume that if Apple (or any other laptop vendor) would only bother putting in rather high powered GPUs instead of a midrange.
What do you all think the new GPU might be (using historical GPU upgrades as a reference point)