A look at the tech specs of the new 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display, the machine that takes the crown as the ultimate iMac.
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Following iFixit's recent disassembly of the new 21.5-inch iMac, most commentary has focused on questions of where the unit was manufactured, perhaps in the U.S. However, there were other interesting hardware bits in the story.
At a special event Apple today announced a substantially thinner iMac with an entirely new industrial design in the same 21.5 and 27-inch screen sizes (and four other new pieces of hardware.)
Apple keeps upping the specs on its Mac mini. Last spring, it gave it near parity with the iMac desktop. With its fall update, the hardware combined with Snow Leopard Server sounds just right for small businesses and workgroups, according to a recent review.
Hot on the heels of its most profitable quarter ever, Apple today announced a completely revamped consumer hardware lineup, including: An all new iMac line featuring LED-backlit 21.5 and 27-inch widescreen displays in a new edge-to-edge glass design and seamless aluminum enclosure.
Since both the Mac OS and Windows now run on Intel-based hardware, shouldn't it be easy to run them on the same computer? Ten thoughts on the new Intel iMac
Add-on makers are already trying to find ways to hook on to the new iMac. One of the biggest problems in the past has been keeping up Apple hardware that changes colors like a chameleon
The company says it won't be launching any new hardware at the Apple Expo Paris next month. Apple watchers had hoped that a long-rumored flat-panel iMac system might make its debut.
There was little new hardware or software news as most of the focus was geared toward upgrades--and novelties such as an iMac aquarium.
Since its introduction a year ago this week, the iMac has smashed salesrecords, turned up on the desks of sitcom stars everywhere and unleasheda new wave of third-party peripherals wrought in translucent,polychromatic plastics.It's also attracted a lot of heat from critics who maintain that itsinnovations are mostly a matter of appearance and its success is thanksmore to visual appeal than top-of-the-line hardware.
Apple has launched a new loan program that offers consumers another way to finance Mac hardware and software -- with low-interest loans that are processed by computer retailers instead of Apple itself.An Apple Computer Loan representative confirmed that the new program started Monday at several Macintosh retailers across the United States, making it possible for a consumer to buy an iMac for as little as $29.
Macworld Expo hits New York this week. Multimedia applications will be the star of the show, but Internet tools and iMac hardware will also compete for attention at New York's Jacob K.
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