Apple, which recently shaved down the cost of its popular Mac notebook lines, remains on track to pass on similar treatment to its all-in-one desktop computer line by fall of 2009. At WWDC 2009, Apple introduced the cheeper line of MacBook Pro’s. They were from $100-$300 cheaper than it’s predecessors.
Way back in March, the iMac all-in-one desktop computer got a refresh including a new graphics card. It is expected that at the Apple conference this fall, Apple will make minor adjustments to the hardware, if any, and make a 7%-10% price reduction off of all models. This will be great for all of you windows users that are thinking about switching over to the Mac computers as well because a major issue before was price.
Information courtesy of appleinsider.com