Don't Buy These Apple Products Now

Posted: Feb 16 2011, 1:52pm CST | by , in Apple


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The frist wave of new Apple product releases is around the corner. The Apple rumor mill is in full swing. If you are in the market for an Apple product you should hold off on a purchase for several Apple products right now. If you do not care to own the latest iteration of a gadget then you do not have to read on. In case you do you should especially cancel your plans on ordering an MacBook Pro this month.

Rumors point to an awesome new MacBook Pro upgrade coming early March. The new 2011 MacBook Pro laptops run on Intel Sandy Bridge and are possibly ultra-thin.

Next up for an update after the MacBook Pro release is the iPad. The iPad 2 is already in production and sales are supposed to start in April. The iPad 2 is supposed to have two cameras for FaceTime, more CPU power and faster graphics. If you have a lot of patience you could also wait for the iPad 3 that is rumored to be released in September.

In early June we expect to see the iPhone 5 release. Current rumors suggest the iPhone 5 has a 4-inch screen, new A5 CPU and GSM and CDMA support. There are also rumors about a new small iPhone nano. When and if this "streaming iPhone" will go on sale is still unclear.

Other Apple products that could be upgraded in the next months include the MacBook and the MacBook Air (getting 3G)

More hot Apple rumors and news can be found in our Apple News Hub.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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