A number of resellers are reporting “Out of Stock” for the Apple Thunderbolt Display, possibly indicating the 27-inch monitor may be about to be upgraded.
If you’re among the disappointed users who bought a new 2012 iMac with a 3TB Fusion Drive, only to discover that you could not use Boot Camp on your $2000+ piece of equipment, there’s good news for you! The folks at Twocanoes have devised a workaround to trick your Mac into installing Windows via Boot Camp anyway!
According to a message received from Apple representative Laura Metz, the new iMacs do not support VESA mounting of any kind, making it impossible to use them with wall mounts, articulating arms, or other mounting solutions.
The first round of orders for Apple’s elusive 27-inch iMac began arriving to customers about a week ago, and for the most part, people seem to be thrilled with its design and performance – unless they want to use Boot Camp to run Windows!
Apple has released a new update for it’s most recent Macs, fixing an issue that caused issues with 5GHz wireless networks on affected Macs. The update requires OS X 10.8.2 in order to be applied.
Apple released a pair of EFI updates for their most recent Macs, addressing issues with sleep and Thunderbolt, as well as general performance improvements.
When Apple announced their new ultra-thin iMacs, it quickly became known that the 21.5-inch model makes it nearly impossible for users to upgrade anything. Fortunately, OWC is here to help, and has released the first 21.5-inch iMac RAM upgrade kit so you can make the swap at home!
As the first 27-inch iMac orders begin arriving on customer doorsteps, MacRumors forum member R.OC has already torn one apart to show the world what it looks like on the inside! The 2012 iMac certainly looks a great deal cleaner inside than the 2011 iMac!
There’s good news this morning for anyone hoping to buy one of Apple’s new 27-inch iMacs before the holidays! While Apple’s website, and third-party reseller sites such as MacMall continue to list shipping times for 27-inch models well into January, local Best Buy stores have now begun receiving stock available for immediate sale.
We’ve heard from a number of readers that the first 27-inch iMac orders have begun arriving on customers’ doorsteps today, despite not being scheduled for delivery until tomorrow. 9to5Mac also reports that 27-inch iMac display units have begun arriving at Apple Stores, but are not yet being displayed.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch; however, with the release of the new iMac models, we wanted to get you squared away for the holiday season.
If you haven’t gotten around to ordering the new 27-inch iMac yet, don’t expect to receive it in time for Christmas! Apple’s latest shipping estimates for the 27-inch iMac have now been pushed into January, due to limited supplies and high demand.
Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac has already been torn down by both iFixit and Japanese-language site Kodawarisan. Unfortunately (but not surprisingly), as Ars Technica notes, the teardown reveals Apple’s continued efforts to prevent users from upgrading or repairing the device on their own.
Apple’s new 21.5-inch iMac appears to be in fairly strong demand. Over the weekend, ship times from Apple for both 21.5-inch models have slipped fron 1-3 business days down to 7-10 business days for new orders. This follows a similar increase in ship times for 27-inch models.
We all know the two sentences you find on every Apple product. ‘Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China.’ But wait a second. Fortune reports that some customers have reported seeing ‘Assembled In USA’ on their new iMacs.
The folks at iFixit have maintained their faultless teardown record, getting their hands on the new 21.5 inch iMac. However the bad news is that, rather predictably, they uncovered an upgrade nightmare, making it impossible for the average person to bump up their hardware.