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seth81
2005-02-04, 17:53
Hi ... I am looking to get another Mac pretty soon. I was thinking about getting the 14" iBook because I had a 12"iBook but would appreciate a bigger screen. But what I'm worried about is that the iBook will be upgraded soon like the powerbook just was. Does anyone know if the ibook will be upgraded sometime soon?

del-uks
2005-02-04, 17:58
Next revision should not happen before april...

seth81
2005-02-04, 17:59
thank you very much

chucker
2005-02-04, 18:10
Check http://buyersguide.macrumors.com/

As you can see, iBooks get updated every 158 days on average, and usually in the months of October/November and April.

cloud 9
2005-02-04, 19:51
will ibook updates and tiger be on the same date?
i mean that way they can upgrade the graphic cards so it can handle core image
and the ibook revisions are about at the same time...

.Hack
2005-02-05, 01:10
use the freaking SEARCH OPTION! :)

macgeek2004
2005-02-15, 16:05
iBooks will be updated at the same time Tiger is Released.

12" 1.25 GHz. 40GB HD. 256MB ram, 32MB video ram.
14" 1.33 GHz. 60GB HD. 256MB ram, 64MB video ram.
14" 1.5 GHz. 80GB HD. 512MB ram, 64MB video ram.

FFL
2005-02-15, 16:20
this looks a lot like PURCHASING ADVICE
;)

torifile
2005-02-15, 16:22
iBooks will be updated at the same time Tiger is Released.

12" 1.25 GHz. 40GB HD. 256MB ram, 32MB video ram.
14" 1.33 GHz. 60GB HD. 256MB ram, 64MB video ram.
14" 1.5 GHz. 80GB HD. 512MB ram, 64MB video ram.
Don't spew speculation as fact. You'll confuse the n00bs.

709
2005-02-15, 16:29
Don't spew speculation as fact. You confused n00b.Fixed that for you. :)

macgeek2004
2005-02-15, 16:31
It's not speculation. It's fact.

I have powers to know the future.

torifile
2005-02-15, 16:36
It's not speculation. It's fact.

I have powers to know the future.
Don't be a jackass. This is NOT in the speculation forum. He/she came in for purchasing advice.

And, 709, thanks. ;)

pscates2.0
2005-02-15, 16:48
So on the next iBook rev., the 12" model will get a whopping .05GHz speed bump?

:err:

Macgeek, if you know things that's cool (some proof/background would be nice seeing as how any dipshit with a keyboard can wonder in here and say whatever they want...hardly a special talent).

If you don't know anything for certain, please stop making posts like the above without the words "I think..." or "I predict..." as qualifiers.

Worse than "confusing the n00bs" is "pi55ing off the regulars".