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MacBook Pro release cycle?

 
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I've seen reliable rumors that the MBP line will be refreshed June 10th. Since my brand new, high dollar MBP is due to get to the local Apple store on May 29th, it would be easy to just cancel that order and get the newer, cooler, faster, more powerful, able to leap taller buildings, etc. version in two weeks.

Anybody understand the release cycle timings or what real changes will be coming out?

I know, I know, Moore's law says that computers get better and/or cheaper all the time. But a loaded Retina MBP is a lot of cash. I'm getting nervous.
 
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Well, it no longer matters as I'm typing this on my new MBP
 
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