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Why You Might Want to Hold off on a New 15″ MacBook Pro or 27″ iMac

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Kevin Tofel, ZDNET

 

 

(ZDNet.com) — Have you been saving up for a new Mac laptop or desktop? You might want to hang on to your wallet for a little bit yet: Both the 15-inch MacBook Pro and 27-inch iMac are expected to see a refresh soon.

A number of outlets reported on Monday possible new models of both Apple devices coming as early as this week. Even if the anticipated upgraded devices don’t appear in the next few days, Apple’s WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) is scheduled for early June, where any updated models might appear.

Mac Generation was among the first to suggest a new 15-inch MacBook Pro and 27-inch iMac, saying the updates could appear this Wednesday. That corresponds with an earlier report from AppleInsider who notes build-to-order configurations for the laptop were discontinued last week at MacMall, a large online Mac re-seller.

 

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