What are we missing this year still?

Discussion in 'Apple and Mac OS X' started by Karamazovmm, Sep 12, 2012.

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  1. Karamazovmm

    Karamazovmm Overthinking? Always!

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    I can think of the imac and the rmbp 13, the mac pro was scheduled for 2013 or wasnt it?

    Im still hoping for the rmbp 13, and sincerely expect that it comes with a dgpu in it while offering the same kind of ports that the rmbp 15 packs. including hdmi.

    Not that it should matter a lot, since Im planning to buy something when haswell or broadwell hits.

    With the performance that haswell is taunting and the upgrade that broadwell should be I dont think that apple is going to put a dgpu in the 13 ever again
     
  2. qhn

    qhn Notebook User

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    Apple is not the one that pays too much attention to new hardware. Their expertise lies with building systems where hardware AND software work well together, taking advantages of each others strong points. A nicer screen is always welcome :)

    cheers ...
     
  3. Mitlov

    Mitlov Shiny

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    A complete overhaul of the MBP 13.

    iPad Mini.
     
  4. kornchild2002

    kornchild2002 Notebook Deity

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    We are talking about the same Apple, aren't we? This is the Apple that releases a new/updated iPhone every single year, a new/updated iPad every year, and updates the hardware in their Macs about twice a year. Apple definitely pays attention to hardware, they don't always advertise their specs though or focus on having the most advanced gaming setup. The RMBP is definitely a hardware unit and Apple pushes the resolution of that specific display (which is a full on hardware achievement).
     
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