- 08-25-2012, 01:19 PM #2
1. Newer machines with higher specs.
2. Cheaper prices on the current models and Apple and other retailers price them to move them out of inventory.
And that's the one thing that bugs me about Apple store employees - their seeming ignorance of rumors and coming product updates. Clearly, the company line is to not talk about the pending changes and to continue to sell the current products... but anyone as deeply ingrained in the Apple ecosystem should certainly be aware of the rumors and speculation. I've had them look me in the eye and say that they don't know anything, nor have they heard anything about any product updates. If they are a knowledgeable as I think they are (and they present themselves to be), they can't NOT have heard the rumors and speculation.
But again, if it was my purchase and my cash, I would definitely wait a few weeks/months. And for future reference, this is a great site to bookmark and look at for this type of question:
Mac Buyer's Guide: Know When to Buy Your Mac, iPod or iPhone
- iPhone Nanite
- 7 Posts
Thanks for that I'll keep the cash in my pocket for now
I did get tempted by the MacBooks lol
I had a old desk top pc that has just died and now have to use a Samsung note book work on and use iTunes
I got this iPad and have been blown away how good it it's
Now I'm dying to try a mac
- 08-27-2012, 02:00 PM #4
- 08-28-2012, 02:58 PM #5