“He loves me, he loves me not…”, and this particular game continues going on and on as long as there are still petals left on the flower, as a young girl wistfully hopes that he actually loves her by the time she arrives at the final petal. Well, I guess you can more or less apply the same kind of heart thumping feeling at potential uncertainty concerning Apple’s iMac – will it actually come with a Retina Display or not to keep up with the rest of its brethren in the market – namely the iPad and the new MacBook Pro?
Granted, Digitimes is not exactly the epitome of accuracy and consistency when it comes to rumors, but this latest rumor bandied about does seem to have some merit, with Digitimes leaning on “upstream supply chain sources” that a revamped version of the iMac desktop will enter production later this July, hopefully in time for an October release launch. Not only that, Digitimes claims that Apple intends to put Retina Display across its entire product line, so does this mean the latest up and coming iMac will have a Retina Display? As with all rumors (and wounds), time and tide will need to pass us by first before we pat ourselves on the back in hindsight or otherwise.
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