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Photo: Hadrian (Shutterstock) It’s always hard to know when the right time is to buy new tech . It feels like something new is always around the corner, but it only comes out after you drop some cash on a now-obsolete paper weight. Luckily, this is your alert, your red flag, your sign from God to not buy these Apple products today. Why? Because the company is likely about to announce upgrades to them all , tomorrow, March 8. Now, a caveat: The following are all rumors. Sure, when we’re one day out from an Apple event, rumors tend to be pretty accurate. However, nothing is set in stone. You might wait to buy something because of this article, only for Apple to not announce its successor tomorrow. In that case, I’m sorry! Still, it’s good tech practice to wait until after a confirmed event with reputable rumors before making any big purchases. A big however here is Apple does have a solid return policy for its items. If you do buy something today (or tomorrow), only to see a new or improved version announced, you have two weeks from the date of purchase to return your item. But it’s much simpler, if you can avoid it, to just wait and see. Apple will happily take your money, whether it’s for yesterday’s MacBook or tomorrow’s. iPad Air When the current iPad Air launched, it was easy to recommend. Apple updated its mid-tier tablet with the edge-to-edge display of the […]