New iMacs in March?

According to some analysis over at Three Guys and a Podcast, Apple typically pushes out a refreshed iMac every 8 months and a major update every 27 months. The last major update was in October 2009 and the last refresh was in July 2010. The report notes March as the likely month for a minor refresh to the iMac line. We’ll probably be seeing some new MacBook Air-like SSD drives, new storage options, and of course new processors. Cheaper iMacs with a new screen size too, if we’re lucky.

Blu-Ray and touchscreen?  Unlikely.

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