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Topic # 82651 3-May-2011 21:53
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...so the Mac Store is down right now (as of 9.52PM 03/05/11).
That normally means an update to the Apple line up.
What will we see?
Revised iMac's?
A new Airport Extreme?

Any thoughts?

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  Reply # 465039 3-May-2011 22:22
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As much as I enjoy mac product speculation, the store was down in the evening earlier in the week, so could just be something boring like maintenance

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  Reply # 465045 3-May-2011 22:30
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Actually gizmodo is speculating that it might be new iMacs

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 465047 3-May-2011 22:31
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Sites do just go down for teh lulz. Don't hold your breath :)




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  Reply # 465049 3-May-2011 22:36
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They are saying 'We are busy updating the store for you - be back shortly'...
So I'm guessing it's more than just a crash...

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  Reply # 465092 4-May-2011 00:44
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New iMacs released as predicted. No surprises really, fairly modest spec bump, and nothing to get too excited about.




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  Reply # 465093 4-May-2011 01:58
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i think so, the price have dropped abit, was looking at new imac today, i sure they are abit cheaper!

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  Reply # 465094 4-May-2011 02:03
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They are, previous entry level price was $2043 which was the price after last year's GST rise.




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  Reply # 465376 4-May-2011 18:47
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Still $990 to add a 256gb ssd is a bit expensive makes my current 27" look very outdated. Only got it last year but it is a core2

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  Reply # 473639 24-May-2011 20:41

Dunnersfella: They are saying 'We are busy updating the store for you - be back shortly'...

So I'm guessing it's more than just a crash...


 

Surely they can update the store with products, without having to take it totally offline. Wouldn't that cost them sales.

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  Reply # 473645 24-May-2011 20:44
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robbyp: 
Wouldn't that cost them sales.


Yep, if they weren't apple. Logic doesnt apply to apple lol

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