The fever for Apple and its products is incurable. Every time Apple launches a new product, we see big lines of people outside the Apple Stores all over the world waiting to get their hands on the newly launched iPhone, iPod or iPad. They are so crazy about the devices that they want to buy it on the ‘Very First Day’ of launch.
Apple has already announced the dates for WWDC 2012. They surely have some really great stuff that will be unveiled during the event. And it is quite possible that soon after the WWDC, Apple might announce and launch newer versions of the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPhone, iPod etc.
But let me tell you something very interesting here. Something that you might have heard in your childhood but still wonder is it possible still? That something is the fact that ‘Slow but Steady Wins the Race’.
All I want you people to do is be ‘Slow and Steady’. I want you to ‘Wait’. Why? Because, good things come to those who wait. I know how much we love our Apple Devices but that doesn’t mean we should get them right away. So if you can hold on for some time, wait for the product to be launched and then buy it after a couple of days or months, you could save a lot of money.
‘Buy late and save money’ is the formula you should adapt to. And this is newly developed concept or out-of-the-box thinking. And to prove my point, I have this chart for you, made by Dealnews which shows how the prices of Apple devices change as time passes by. Thanks to Dealnews for their information and efforts!
You can clearly see the difference in prices here. The discounts are really great. Of course, there are cases where you have to wait for prolonged periods but that wait is worth.
So before buying any of the Apple Products, keep a watchful eye over market prices, for some time and then make a swift move. Check out all the available deals on the products you want to buy, find out if there are chances of possible discounts coming soon. You could easily save around $50 to $100 at times. And if you are planning to buy a MacBook Pro or a MacBook Air, you might even save more, who knows?