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    May 27, 2009
    I'm getting my wife the current IMac 21.5" My question is this: Is this still a good time to buy?,i.e., is there an updated one coming out very soon and I should wait?

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    Oct 27, 2002
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    I've moved your post to a more proper forum; please be sure to check the forum descriptions in the future to find the best place to post.

    By posting in the right forum you help people not only find your question faster, but it helps others looking for the same information in the future.

    Thanks for understanding!

    No one is able to tell you for certain when new models are coming out until Apple actually announces a date. However, there are some sites that try to guess based on previous hardware refreshes.

    A great one is the Macrumors Buying Guide:
    Mac Buyer's Guide: Know When to Buy Your Mac, iPod or iPhone

    The best rule of thumb is if you need a new computer and the current models meet your needs go for it. If you're not in a rush and choose to wait for the next refresh, you can do that. Either choice is ultimately up to you.

    There will always be the next new version, so waiting indefinitely is often not worth it.
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    May 27, 2009
    Thanks. That answers my question.

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