WWDC Thunderbolt Display

badcrc32

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Any chance on this happening I was really hoping for this to be along side the new Macbook Pros.
 

MCAsan

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If the suppliers can keep up with iMac and ATD screen production...maybe.

They sure need one for any new MacPro.
 

cxc273

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Of course, there's always a chance. It seems a new Thunderbolt display is pretty much inevitable.

When I got one of the first unibody MacBook Pros back in '08, the 24" LED Cinema Display was introduced along side it, which I also purchased. I can't remember if the follow-up displays (27" Cinema Display, 27" Thunderbolt, and 27" Thunderbolt rev B) were introduced with updated Macs. I don't know if the timing of those displays coincides with new Mac hardware.

The only thing I can think of that might prevent a display announcement at WWDC is if Apple may have some yield/supply problems like they had when they introduced the iMacs at the end of last year.​
 

OatmealRocks

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The only thing I can think of that might prevent a display announcement at WWDC is if Apple may have some yield/supply problems like they had when they introduced the iMacs at the end of last year.​
I hope they have it fixed by now. I will wait till tomorrow to see what they offer. I will order a TBD if nothing is introduced or I don't like what is offered.
 

53x12

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Any chance on this happening I was really hoping for this to be along side the new Macbook Pros.
I have been waiting since 12/2012 for a new ATD. I am a patient man, but eventually even a patient man becomes weary.
 

ScottishCaptain

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If the suppliers can keep up with iMac and ATD screen production...maybe.

They sure need one for any new MacPro.
No they don't.

Go buy a real monitor from Eizo, NEC, HP, Lacie, etc. They all offer industry standards-compliant DisplayPort monitors, which the Thunderbolt monitor clearly is not.

-SC