A new iMac is due in the first part of June, according to Digitimes and the Chinese language Economic Daily News, and new MacBooks at the end of June.
June, an important month for the Mac. A month where the new Macs are to arrive with Intel's third-generation Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, in desktop, notebook and 'ultrabook' or 'Air' versions, as Apple might put it.
A month when the iMac is supposed to get a matte option and a thinner profile, a month when the MacBook Pro 15-inch might appear in a MacBook Air incarnation, also with a matte screen option, along with more powerful 11.6-inch and 13-inch Airs.
Elsewhere on the web is speculation of Retina-class screens too, propelling Apple even further ahead of its competitors. But that's what most seem to know for now.
Know then also, that it is the year 2012, and it is not yet June - it is still early April. The known iUniverse is technologically ruled by the post-Jobsian Emperor Cook the iCEO.
In this time, the most precious substance in the universe is the spice 'iDevice'. The iDevice extends life, making it more interesting, more immediate, more immersive, expanding consciousness.
Products of the house of iDevice, include the iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad, and train the minds of its users, allowing them to be human computers, to be enhanced thinking machines and Angry Birds experts.
All iDevices are vital to users - and competitors, who generally take advantage of Apple's R&D but always wonder why they are at least one generation behind, if not further.
Oh, yes. I forgot to tell you. iDevices exist on only one planet in the entire universe.
A watery, mostly harmless blue-green planet with ample fertile land, yet still containing with vast deserts - of both the environmental and technological kind.
On this planet there is a long held yearly prophecy that new Macs would come, iMessiahs, who would lead them to true digital freedom, although sadly not yet including the freedom from apps, Facebook, Apple, Google or anyone else being incredibly liberal with your information and privacy settings.
While the fight for the right to true digital privacy still rages on this planet and sets up the scene for an international, if not one day an intergalactic sequel, Mac faithful await the latest post-iPad iDevices, as do those who wish to enter the new world beyond their imagination that is owning an iDevice of the iMac or MacBook variety.
The planet is Earth, with the rumoured launch date for these new iDevices also known as June.
New Macs are coming June, so sayeth the rumourmongers. The news will dampen new spice purchases from those awaiting new stocks, but plenty of those have probably been waiting already before making their next big upgrade and iPurchase.
Despite Google's spIce Cream Sandwich, and the spice without walls that will be Windows 8, will you be able to resist the ever improving spice that is inherent in each and every Apple iDevice?