Here’s Engadget’s thinking: Why would Apple advertise higher priced machines (pictured) if they weren’t about to upgrade their products soon with higher price points? It’s a stretch.
The MacBook Air is now A$400 more expensive, the MacBook Pros are A$300 more and A$900 more for the Pros. Ouchy.
Update: While these may be the older prices, they’ve also found pricing irregularities on Apple’s Australian and New Zealand Apple Store sites.
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