Following rumors that Apple is preparing to upgrade their MacBooks, with Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors, HowToArena reports that Apple is also preparing to release new models of the iMac in June or July as well.
With the release of Intel’s new Ivy Bridge chips just around the corner, the iMac is set to see a pretty significant update this year. Now new reports suggest that Apple’s new iMacs may feature a thinner build and anti-reflective screens.
Intel’s next-gen Ivy Bridge mobile and desktop CPUs are reportedly set to launch at the end of April, and that very likely means that new MacBooks and iMacs (and possibly Mac Pros) will shortly follow.
iFixit have released a kit and guides for installing a second hard drive in your 21.5 or 27 inch mid 2011 iMac.
Apple released a new iMac firmware update yesterday, iMac Graphic FW Update 3.0, which is intended to fix issues with hanging and freezing on certain iMac models.
Apple has released an update which should fix the iMac’s WiFi problems when coming out of sleep mode in OS X Lion.
The iMac now represents an astonishing 32.9% of all-in-one PC sales, according to research firm DisplaySearch. In a market that grew 39% in 2010 to reach 14.5 million units, Apple is steadily and quietly taking command.
According to Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair Apple’s next-gen iMacs could include television functionality, and feature some aspects of Apple’s rumored iTV television sets in the first half of 2012.
BlueLounge’s Milo is an incredibly versatile and beautiful stand for the iPhone 4. We gave it 4.5/5 stars, read the full review to find out why!
Apple’s recent support document detailing the connection options and limitations for the new Thunderbolt Display contains an intriguing reference to a Late 2011 iMac in its compatibility chart.
Apple has just released iMac Graphic Firmware Update 3.0, a brand new firmware update that aims to address an issue where some user’s Mac’s would hang/freeze up under OS X Lion.
We posted earlier today about Apple’s intention to launch a < $1,000 iMac for educational users in midto late August. But it turns out we only had to wait a few hours instead.
Expect to see a new iMac in the coming weeks that is priced under $1,000. That’s according to a tip off received by 9to5Mac that predicts the release of an educational / volume iMac later this August.
Apple has recently issued a recall notice detailing potentially defective 1TB Seagate hard drives installed in iMacs sold between May and June of this year, and is offering to replace the defective drives at no cost until July 23, 2012.
Those of you that have been tirelessly waiting for Apple’s official Thunderbolt cable to hit needn’t wait any longer. The Apple Store was updated this morning with the new cable, which is 2 meters long, costs $49, and will work with the 2011 iMac or the 2011 MacBook Pro.
Do you have one of the new Thunder-bolt enabled iMacs or MacBook Pros? If so, check your software updates, because Apple has released a new update for all Thunderbolt-enabled Macs to address the stability and performance of the Thunderbolt interface.