Apple’s price drop on their iMac Retina 5K base model has proven beneficial for some customers who have seen their orders for Apple’s top-end, non-Retina 27-inch iMac upgraded to the new Retina 5K model.
If you’ve been waiting for an update to the 15-inch MacBook Pro, or the 27-inch iMac, this may be your lucky week, as a report on Monday claims updates to both models could arrive as soon as this Wednesday.
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If you’ve been holding off on buying a 27-inch Retina Display iMac until Apple’s offers refurbished models, you can now exhale. Apple is now offering the 27-inch Retina Display iMac in the refurbished area of their online store.
The iMac is a thing of beauty, with its sleek profile and iconic design. We’d all love to have one, but for some of us, the iMac is sadly out of our price range. But, what if we told you that you could win an iMac? It’s true.
This is where we’ll do a live summary of today’s Apple event. So come back at 1PM Eastern, 10AM Pacific time for a live summary of what Apple shows off on their big day!
Today’s big Apple event is sure to bring some upgrade goodness into the lives of Apple users everywhere. But what will be announced? Sure, we’re expecting iPad and iMac upgrades, but will there be surprises? Unexpected announcements? Pony rides?
A number of reports on Monday indicate Apple may be planning to release a Retina iMac alongside the launch of OS X Yosemite later this Fall.
Apple’s support page for Boot Camp was recently update, and included references to both a “Mid 2014″ Mac mini, and a “Mid 2014″ 27-inch iMac.” Both references have reportedly been removed from the page, but a cached version of the page shows both models.
It didn’t take long for someone to do a tear down of the new entry-level 21.5-inch iMac, and lovers of do it yourself upgrades are not going to like what’s inside Apple’s cheapest iMac.
Apple has released a new, entry-level 21.5-inch iMac, starting at $1,099. The new iMac comes with a 1.4GHZ dual-core Intel i5 processor, a 500GB hard drive, 8GB of memory, and an Intel HD 5000 Graphics chip.
Noted Apple journalist Jim “The Beard” Dalrymple gave a resounding “Nope” on Wednesday to rumors of Apple’s introduction of a new iMac or 8GB iPhone 5s at their Worldwide Developers Conference 2014 event next week.
French site MacBidouille has reported that Apple is developing ARM processor-based Macs. The site’s “reliable source” says Apple has prototypes of several ARM-based machines, including an iMac, Mac mini, and 13″ Notebook with four to eight 64-bit ARM Quad-core processors.
Let’s see what happens when a confrontation occurs between an iMac and a WWII anti-tank rifle. Can the latest in technology stand up to old-school brute force?
Intel’s next-generation Haswell CPUs could arrive as early as next month, allowing their use in Apple’s new iMacs and MacBook Pros that industry analyst Ming Chi Kuo predicts for later this year.
If KGI securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo – who is usually fairly reliable when it comes to predictions about Apple – is correct, Apple will release a metric buttload of new products in the second half of 2014, including a $1,000(!) iWatch.