Apple is facing a class action lawsuit alleging the company knew about, and did not address, a problem with the displays in the company’s previous-generation 27-inch iMac desktops computers.
Apple Issues Two Updates for Late 2013 iMacs – Fixes Power Nap, External Drive, and USB Bluetooth Adapter Issues
Wednesday and Thursday saw Apple releasing updates for its 2013 iMacs. The iMac SMC Firmware Update 1.1 addresses an issue with Power Nap, while the iMac 10.8.5 Supplemental Update 1.0 offers fixes for an external drive issue and a problem with some USB Bluetooth adapters.
Usually reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, has released a few “predictions” for Apple releases in the upcoming year. He sees a lower-cost iMac, a sharper display for the full-sized iPad, and a 12-inch MacBook with a new design, including a Retina display.
“Mommy…where do iMacs come from?” You’ve all wondered, admit it. Don’t even try denying it. The real question is…do you really want to know? CAN YOU HANDLE THE TRUTH?
Apple released an EFI update this week for their new 2013 iMacs – on the very day the hardware was released! The update corrects issues that may occur when installing or using Windows on the new iMacs through Boot Camp, and improves overall support for running Windows 8.
iFixit has just gotten their hands on the new 2013 iMacs that Apple released earlier this week – and as usual, they couldn’t resist the temptation to rip it open and see what makes it tick! The teardown for the new models reveals some interesting finds.
Apple has issued updates to it’s iMac lineup of all-in-one desktop computers. The updates bring Intel’s latest Haswell processor platform, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Nvidia’s new GeForce 700 series graphics, and more to the venerable computer lineup.
Pseudo-reliable source DigiTimes reports that Apple may move some of its iMac production from supplier Qunta over to Pegatron, a longtime Apple assembly partner.
Finding a solid, well built iPad stand for your desk can be pretty tricky, and pricy at that. You want one that looks awesome and goes with everything, and while there are some, cost gets in the away more often than not. However this Instructables guide will show you how to create your own iPad stand using the stand of an iMac.
Many have been left wondering about the Macs Apple didn’t mention at their WWDC keynote. According to our sources, however, Apple is planning to launch new iMacs, Mac Minis, and Retina MacBook Pros at their fall iPhone and iPad event.
The usually reliable Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities expects Apple to refresh their iMac lineup with Intel’s latest generation Haswell processor, most likely in the June/July timeframe.
During Apple’s recent quarterly earnings conference call, Tim Cook revealed an interesting nugget about the launch of Apple’s new ultra-thin iMacs. It’s no secret that supplies were extremely short when the device launched late last year, with some customers waiting 5-6 weeks to get their pre-ordered machines – and reflecting on that, Cook noted that he thinks Apple should have waited until this January to release the machines.
Apple’s ultra-thin new iMacs may be the least repairable version yet, but they certainly are gorgeous devices – and now that Apple has taken control over the supply issues that once caused 5-6 week wait times, they’re now also available at a significant discount from the refurbished section of Apple’s online store!
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Below is the preview for “Space Shift” by @MikailDesign who holds several other designs on his Deviant Art profile. Maik wohnt auf Deutschland and is…
Well, it seems that the downfall of the US is being plotted on an iMac by Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader. NK News even reports that the whole family has a ‘passion for Apple Macs’. I wonder if he realises that a new model is available…
The unfortunate tale you are about to read is a true story . Nobody wishes more than me that that wasn’t the case. It is the story about how one man, yours truly, purchased a defective iMac, and was betrayed, harassed, insulted, and bullied by a company he has been loyal to for many years as a result – all because of the actions of a single unpleasant Apple engineer.