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Should I wait for new releases or make the plunge


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Well as the saying goes if u wait youll never do nothing or get anything

So my question is , is there some new and upcomming macs/models to the line up i should hold out a little longer for?
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There are probably new versions of Apple's Cinema Displays and also new versions of their Macbook Pros/Macbooks, if either of these two interest you, i'd say wait a few months.

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You can always wait for the next model or update. Jump in, buy what you can afford/wish and enjoy.
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There is a 100% chance that there will be new Mac updates over the coming months. Apple keeps up a steady stream of the same these days.

If I could quote Mae West however:

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He who hesitates is a d-a-m-n fool
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