After the update of the iMac with its Retina screen and the new Intel processors, we have yet to see a new update of the Retina MacBook Pro (which was updated to add the Force Touch in May) MacBook Air, MacBook 12 ″ (from April 2015) and Mac mini. Surely apple It will update them without making an announcement, much less a keynote (At least it is what it seems) so we are at that time of year that you may be interested in buying a Mac for whatever reason and the advice is that it is best to be patient.
Apple will surely renew the MacBook range with the new Intel Skylake processor and that is why we are arguing for patience with the possible purchase option of a MacBook Pro right now. With that I don't mean that buying a MacBook now is a bad decision since the current ones are very powerful machines, but obviously if in less than a month they launch a new model ...
Apple usually updates its MacBook range around this time, but the implementation of Force Touch on the MacBook Pro trackpad first and then the Retina displays on iMac seem to disrupt the company's "update cycle." It is true that Intel processors suffered delays from the beginning and in this regard the Cupertino guys can do little or nothing, but the pace of updates is totally out of control today due to some issues or others. This obviously affects users who are about to buy a Mac or want to buy it and that is why right now there is nothing that marks us approximate dates to make the best purchase possible.
We will have to continue being patient and hope that Apple decides to update the MacBook range and thus enjoy the Skylake, but beware, from Apple they will not give us facilities to discover the dates and if we have the need to buy now, then there is no other. This is less and less cyclical and the update process at Apple when we talk about Mac goes on the go there is nothing stipulated or at least from the outside is what it seems to us.