MacMost Now 577: Don’t Stress About Rumors

Apple users can sometimes stress about when is the best time to by a new Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod. Rumors are always around that a new device is on the way. But putting off a purchase isn't always that important. Learn to research the validity of rumors and don't stress about getting your new Apple hardware at the exact right time.

Comments: 4 Responses to “MacMost Now 577: Don’t Stress About Rumors”

    Michael Glavin
    10 years ago

    Gary:

    This Hawaii series is STRESSING ME OUT! Why am I sitting here, watching this video podcast, when I could be sitting on a beach enjoying cocktails? Why do I care about the newest silicon device, when I could be enjoying the feeling of the element between my bare toes on some gorgeous beach somewhere? For the price of this silly thing on my desk, I could be sitting there in Hawaii, wearing my own ridiculous shirt, without a care about any of the crap I cling to daily on these various backlit displays.

    That’s it. I am selling my Mac, my iPhone, and my iPad, and I am COMING TO HAWAII!!

    Tom Torrioni
    10 years ago

    Hey Gary!

    Glad you’re enjoying your vacation in Hawaii. This video makes me chuckle because everyone I know that has/uses Apple products asks this question. I am guilty myself of wondering when to buy. Your tip about the MacRumors website is a good one, but here is a link for that site that narrows it down with more specific Apple product release info:

    http://buyersguide.macrumors.com/

    Hope this helps someone who is pondering their next Apple purchase!

    Dnny
    10 years ago

    How do you feel about the Apple tv… Update comming soon or not?

      10 years ago

      Well, using the technique I show in the video:
      (Look up in Wikipedia)
      Apple TV 1: March 2007.
      Apple TV 2: September 2010.
      So is Apple TV 3 likely in 2011? Probably not.
      It just doesn’t make sense for Apple to release a new Apple TV this year.

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