Whatever You Do, Don't Buy A New Mac For The Next Two Months

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Sources tell the Chinese-language paperĀ Economic Daily News that new iMacs are arriving in June, we learn via DigiTimes.

Other rumours have Apple set to release new MacBook Pros around the same timeframe, so this could be the makings of a full Mac refresh.

The new iMacs will supposedly have anti-glare screens and as-yet-unreleased Intel Ivy Bridge processors.

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