Or 6-8 months.Sun Baked said:Better order quick, because once they announce the new machines -- the order time will go from 3-5 days, to 6-8 weeks.
If you're really lucky, you'll get your new top of the line PowerMac within 90 days.
So the 1.8GHz SP PM will stay at $1,499. Bummer. How I hoped that spot would be filled by a nice 2.0GHz DP PM.StarbucksSam said:I think this means that the top-end model will be kept in the update. (Est. April 26, 2005)
the imacs have next business day shipping, so who knows - which sucks since I'm looking at getting one for my wife....steve88 said:They are only updating the "Top Dog"? That seems silly. Any word on the updated imacs?
I agree. I'm going to be checking the Apple sites so much. I hoping the updates are better than expected on the Powermacs. I'm starting to get worried, about this only updating the top of the line models.MacSA said:With so many hardware lines rumoured to be updating, it's going to be an exciting few weeks.
i read that to. hopefully they will be giving those away with a sweet discount when the new PM's arrive.Rocksaurus said:Wasn't there an article on MR a few days ago saying that PM supply was above demand? Perhaps the shipping estimates on the lower end models haven't changed because they just still have too many of them?