The i7 options are there as before. Please stop with the whinging

Discussion in 'iMac' started by theSeb, Oct 24, 2012.

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  1. theSeb macrumors 604

    theSeb

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    I see a lot of complaints about the i7. Where is my i7? No i7? OMG!!!

    Firstly, most of you don't need an i7. Secondly, the i7 options are there just like there were for the 2011 Sandy Bridge model. Nothing has changed. There is a 21.5, 21.5 high and a 21.5 BTO. The 21.5 has an i5 and so does the 21.5 high. The 21.5 BTO can be ordered with an i7 CPU. Please stop with the BS whinging posts because it's getting tiring. I am a massive critic of Apple's direction when it does not make sense, but this forum is unbearable to read at this point in time

    21.5":

    27":

    Nothing has changed. The model line up looks exactly the same, except that we now have faster Ivy Bridge CPUs.
     
  2. daveathome macrumors newbie

    daveathome

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    i5/i7

    The point is that the MBP (mostly) have i7 as standard and so getting the i5 on the new imac is a bit of an insult. How much extra is it going to cost to get the i7 bto?
    And while we're on the subject but probably off thread why oh why are ssd's not standard. We get rid of the odd to be rid of moving parts and increase reliability then stick a mechanical HD in--loopy
     
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