Not for me, obviously.
But, the event is official.
Right now, it’s looking like we can expect to see a new iPad Mini, new iMacs, new Mac Minis, and a 13” Retina MacBook Pro.
Some questions to ponder:
- Now that both MacBook Pros are available in Retina sizes, will Apple kill off the non-retina MacBook Pro line? My money is on no, at least not yet. Give it a few years for component cost to normalize with Apple’s current pricing plans, and then the non-Retina pros will die.
- What about the existing iPad? Will Apple let it ride out until the Spring? Or will they replace it mid-cycle with a Lightning equipped cousin? I doubt it. But they could. It might also be nice to see a new iPad “Senior” rocking an A6X processor.
- Will the new iMacs have retina displays? Like I said yesterday, probably not. But at least one reader pointed out that they could produce a Retina display iMac if they chose some resolution other than 2560x1440 as the base resolution; maybe a HiDPI 1920x1200 mode for the 27” or something similar. Extremely possible, but I think that the loss of screen real estate would have most of the people who are in to the current 27” models up in arms. Only time will tell.