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Apple's WWDC 2012 event

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sanctified    1,225

Awesome, hope this also means a better graphic chip.

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Chicane-UK    675

Keen to see what they do with the Mac Pro.

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nominak    982

No, it's been there since last year

Thanks, just wanted to make sure!

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nominak    982

So are they going to renew just the mbp? I was hoping for a new macbook air and mac mini.

I doubt they'd only refresh one item on their list.. I hope... :(

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.Neo    1,834
It would appear they have gone quite mad. Over $4000? lol

Obviously you're going to pay an insane premium for the retina screen and SSD.

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+fusi0n    2,137

hopefully they will have a non ssd version..

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Rudy    457

hopefully they will have a non ssd version..

The extra for an SSD is well worth it in the long run

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+fusi0n    2,137

The extra for an SSD is well worth it in the long run

I already have a 512GB SSD for my macbook. i usually just take it out and put in my new one

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Rudy    457

I already have a 512GB SSD for my macbook. i usually just take it out and put in my new one

fair enough

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.Neo    1,834

The extra for an SSD is well worth it in the long run

Looking at the disproportional prices Apple is asking for a SSD I think I'll pass buying one off them.

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Brandon H    3,885

The extra for an SSD is well worth it in the long run

when you can buy a 600gb ssd for less than $200 let me know, otherwise they are so not worth the price you have to pay for them quite yet

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nominak    982

when you can buy a 600gb ssd for less than $200 let me know, otherwise they are so not worth the price you have to pay for them quite yet

You can get 600GB SSD from apple for less than $200? Where?

Looks like they're updating the apple store :D.. just went to check the mac mini's and got the "We're updating store, come back later" message.

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.Neo    1,834

does that mean a chance for current models on clearance?

Let me check my crystal ball. I'll get back to you in two hours or so. :p

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nominak    982

does that mean a chance for current models on clearance?

Most likely after WWDC when they announce/release the refresh today/this week/next week. :p

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Denis W.    734

Should be starting soon. :)

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Brandon H    3,885

is anyone going to have a live blog/feed?

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.Neo    1,834

is anyone going to have a live blog/feed?

Check the first page of this thread.

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~Nikhil~    4

any live streaming?

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.Neo    1,834

any live streaming?

No. Keynote will be available for download afterwards.

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Rudy    457

And it's on :D

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Denis W.    734

Heh, snarkiness is in early ;) The Samsung fridge joke, 'a few hundred [apps] from our competitors,' ...

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