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Hi guys - new to the forum and just getting into Apple products. I am planning on picking up a MacBook Pro (likely a full speced 15") and wanted to get your thoughts if I should wait until Spring for an update.

Was the update in Spring 2010 significant, thereby making the coming one a mild refresh or do you guys see it as an overhaul that is worth waiting for?

Thanks a lot for any help you guys provide
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That's my guess that the one last year was so significant that if there is one this year it will be minor. Just IMO.

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Thanks for the reply - did the unibody chassis and i5/7 processors come in April 2010?
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Like the person above me said, the update they did last year was so major that the next update is expected to be far less significant. I think it would be quite safe to purchase the macbook pro now.
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