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.
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 MacTrast-ready.
A mere few hours after Apple began taking orders for their new iMacs this morning, estimates shipping tomes for 27-inch models from the Apple Online Store have already slipped from 3-4 weeks, making it unlikely for anyone who orders from this point onward to receive the 27-inch iMac before Christmas.
After some slight delays, the sexy new iMacs have finally been released, with both 21.5 inch and 27 inch models available to order. The smaller version will be dispatched within 1-3 business days, while the 27 inch will only be available in 2-3 weeks time.
While Apple’s Fusion Drive technology seems like a good option for many users, there’s an unspoken and extremely devious scheme behind the technology, pressuring users into overpaying for hardware (namely a 128GB SSD) to take advantage of what is, at its core, a software tweak already built into OS X.
DigiTimes is reporting that both the iPad mini and iMac are expected to be in short supply through the rest of the year. Display production is reported to be the culprit in both shortages.
Apple officially announced this morning in a press release that the new ultra-thin iMacs will go on sale starting this Friday, November 30th. The 21.5-inch iMacs will become available in Apple Retail Stores and Apple’s online store that morning. The 27-inch models, on the other hand, won’t ship until sometime in December.
After a great deal of waiting, 3rd-party Apple retailers have finally begun taking orders for Apple’s ultra-thin new iMacs! In an email sent to customers early this morning, MacMall announced orders for the new models, including near-immediate availability of the 21.5-inch models.
Apple’s plans for a November and December lunch of its redesigned 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac lines are reportedly still on track.
CEO Tim Cook noted that the company expected to see significant shortages on their new ultra-thin iMacs, which were set to launch sometime this month. According to a new report from French Apple site MacBidouille, however, the new iMac models may now be delayed until early 2013.
The iMac unveiled at Apple latest event is a work of art. The thing that stands out most is its incredible thinness, and everyone has been wondering – how on earth did they get it down to be so slim compared to the last generation?
Planning to purchase one of Apple’s new Mac Minis, or one of the new ultra-thin 2012 iMacs? You’ll probably want some extra RAM to make your new Mac really sing – but don’t pay Apple’s premium prices! You can upgrade your new Mac to up to 32GB of RAM for less than $150!
Apple’s new iMac, unveiled at their media event this week, is certainly an attractive piece of equipment – thinner, lighter, and with new sexy curves! The new design also highlights just how much the iMac has changed over the years.