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Should I wait before buying an MacBook Pro?


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Hi,

First post here, would just like to ask a question...

I want to buy a macbook pro but seeing that osx lion was just announced should I wait till it is released so that i can get the MBP with lion right away?

This will be my first mac and I want a change from windows...

thanx in advance
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when u buy a macbook pro it will come with snow leopard. if you want the new ox lion ur have to buy it once you have ur mac
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I don't think you should wait until Lion comes out. Get it now, and enjoy it now, and then get the free upgrade to Lion as posted above. I may buy a spec'd out iMac this week, and I'm not going to wait until July. And you never know, July might come around, and Apple might announce a delay for Lion until August or September for some reason.
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Thanx for the replies, will be buying my MacBook pro first thing tomorrow morning :-)
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