Invitations should be send to media before 21st October if the event is this month. So, 1 or 2 weeks more to receive THE MOST DESIRED INVITATIONS EVER.If new MBP's supposed to come out end of this month, shouldn't there have been a Keynote invitation by Apple for the media already?
Maybe. It would literally have to be Monday or Tuesday, though. Apple is bound by law to enter a quiet period (usually about a week) before conference calls in which they don't announce new stuff. The next one is set for the 25th.Invitations Monday or Tuesday of this week. Event next week.
I highly doubt that since there will be design changes according to the rumors. Also, there are still important things for Apple to do a keynote like watch bands, iPad, watch bands...I didn't think they would bother with a MacBook event, expected them to just throw them up on the store lol.
If it doesn't happen in October or the by the first week of November, then it will likely be 2017. Then I guess refusal becomes reality.
The question is why did they wait so long? If they decided to skip Skylake and go straight to Kaby Lake, then I'm afraid it's definitely 2017, hopefully early and not mid-2017.
Yeah it doesn't seem wise for these to come out after the conference call. "We've got new macs coming out this week" isn't the ideal way to assuage concerns that the company is losing potential profits and their leadership on a whole sector.
I think it will come with Skylake, and Apple will save Kaby Lake as a minor spec bump for the Macs next year.The question is why did they wait so long? If they decided to skip Skylake and go straight to Kaby Lake, then I'm afraid it's definitely 2017, hopefully early and not mid-2017.
But if they are sticking to Skylake, I have no idea why it took them so long...
Yeah, but then there's the Mac Mini, no OLED touch bar there? Mac Pro tooI think it will come with Skylake, and Apple will save Kaby Lake as a minor spec bump for the Macs next year.
Why it took them so long? Probably has to deal with difficulty in producing the new chasis & OLED touch bar.
I think Mac Mini and the Mac Pro are niche products, seems like Apple are abandoning them.Yeah, but then there's the Mac Mini, no OLED touch bar there? Mac Pro too
Well, Mac Mini is there in the collective photo, but Mac Pro is definitely gone, maybe forever