Okay, I've had the 2012 Macbook Pro (Baseline with an Evo 1TB popped in) since well, 2012. It's 2016, and I think this baby and I had a good run. I'm going back to college after some time in service (and a medical discharge), and was personally really hoping to take a new fancy laptop along. But alas, apple has failed all of us and has not released any new macs... for now. I am genuinely concerned, however, because I am lead to believe back-to-school season is when laptops in general sell most. With apple's revenue from iDevices dropping and the pressure intensifying to recoup their financial performances, do they intend to make it up with a one giant bang of simultaneous four-platform update in their traditional fall update? Now that I think of it, it might make sense that because WWDC was a software event for all their platforms, the fall event would be a major hardware event for the same platforms. But that will just destroy Apple's Q3 revenue! ...or will it? I don't know! What are your personal thoughts? And do you agree that Apple would take a hit if they wait till September to refresh their macs alongside the iDevices?