So not going to see a new pi before feb 2019 at the earliest......"Raspberry Pi One lasted for three years," Upton says. "Then we had Raspberry Pi Two that lasted for a year, I think Raspberry Pi Three is more like a three-year product. We may tweak some peripheral bits of it at some point but probably not even that."
yeah just postin anywaysDougieLawson wrote: ↑Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:45 pmYou do realise that anyone who knows about any future product would be gagged with a non-disclosure agreement. Therefore, as always, these "wish list" pink ponies and unicorn threads are entirely pointless and will never get details about "RPi Next", RPi4, RPi5, RPi73 or RPi99999999.
well it is fine if we don’t know
The only leaks on Pi products have bee by third parties, never any one at the the Foundation/trading.
I did, I bought a few years old laptop for £30, nice i3 something or other.
As do we all, but sensible people know that "soon" is a relative term. For the Pi4B (as good a name as any), you have the statement from Eben Upton already quoted. The other thing he said on the subject is 'don't expect the next Pi for two to three years.' That was said around the time of the Pi3B launch in 2016.
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