Originally Posted by DHagan4755
I am thinking that major new rev's are coming at the WWDC. Yeah they are going to talk about Leopard — but for a full 90 minutes? I think they are going to have time to squeeze in 30-45 minutes of new hardware introductions + new versions of the iLife suite too.
Originally Posted by JeffDM
Apple usually doesn't go off-message like that. They talk to developers about things that are related to the development process. New hardware can fits development, but iLife does not. Not that I think it's likely, they might talk about third party development systems for iPod & iPhone, and I'm a little more certain they will talk about Xcode 3, Obj C 2 etc.
iLife '03, introduced at Macworld Conference & Expo on January 3, 2003
iLife '04, introduced at Macworld Conference & Expo on January 6, 2004
iLife '05, introduced at Macworld Conference & Expo on January 11, 2005
iLife '06, introduced at Macworld Conference & Expo on January 10, 2006
yea, based on the pattern I'd say no iLife at the WWDC.
But hardware releases of Mac Pros and iMacs have occured.
With past iMacs they havent gone into as much detail, just updates.
With Mac Pros, they have.
But i doubt we'd see a Mac Pro update...