Was very excited a few weeks ago when I decided to replace my 2009 PC with my first ever iMac. Had my eye on a refurbished 27 inch 2 TB iMac for £1,550, but decided to wait given the general consensus that an update was likely in October. Not only was nothing announced yesterday, but at exactly the same time Apple increased its IMac (and other product) prices in the UK significantly, allegedly due to currency fluctuations caused by Brexit. My refurbed iMac would (if still available) now be £1,950. New prices have increased £300 - £400 across the board. Whilst I can understand the currency point, I have to say that increasing the price of year-old computers by 20 - 30% on the same day that they must have known that many people were waiting to see if updates were announced seems deeply cynical (and to my mind foolish) on Apple's part. In 24 hours I've gone from a definite new iMac customer to someone who will not buy one at this point, and may now never do so.