Hello. Sorry if this question has been asked already. I have read that Intel is bringing out new chips in the second half of 2018 that will supposedly protect against Spectre and Meltdown attacks. Assuming this is true, could anybody venture a guess as to when such new chips would actually appear in Mac computers for sale to the general public? I would like to get a new Macbook Pro, but don’t want to spend that kind of money if a Spectre-Meltdown proof machine is on the horizon. Of course, I read other reports recently that said that 8 new iterations of Spectre have been discovered. If true, I imagine that might delay the rollout of redesigned chips. Of course, some sceptics, pessimists, realists (take your pick) out there say that a chip redesign will just take care of present day vulnerabilities that we know about and that anybody wishing to buy a new computer should just go ahead and do it now because hackers and malware will always be with us. I am not very computer savvy and wonder what the more knowledgeable/experienced members of this board think. Thanks for any opinions/insights you can give.