Posts tagged iMac
Apple has just released a newer, entry level version of its all-in-one desktop computer, the iMac. Priced at $1,099, it stands $200 cheaper than it was before. It sports medium level specs with an Intel i5 1.4GHz dual core processor, 8GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and an Intel HD Graphics 5000 graphics card. Read More
The all-new iMac with the sleek new design and powerful performance will probably won’t be arriving until early 2013. Although early rumors suggested that the iMacs will be made available from November 27th, right before the holiday season, a delay in the welding process could delay the availability of the iMacs. Read More
Every Apple Store has a dedicated sections for kids with iMacs that have got Apps (including games) loaded on them specifically for kids. This has been a very popular section and has helped Apple to sell more iMacs.
Now, it appears that as we slowly enter into the post-PC era, Apple has replaced the iMacs with iPads with all the special Apps pre-loaded on them for kids to play and have a good time. And in-turn sell more iPads. The iPad is definitely a more intuitive device than the iMac for kids, and this seems to be a good replacement. Read More
Apple has refreshed its iMac family after a long week of rumors. Earlier today, the Apple Online Store was down for a while, and when it came back up, new iMacs were made available for purchase via the store. The new iMacs still come in the same gorgeous aluminum casing and sport the same look, but with much more capable hardware. Read More
Apple is busy updating the online store for us with something new. Rumors suggest that new iMacs boasting Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors will be made available as soon as the store comes back up. Read More
Sources have told AppleInsider that Apple will be releasing new versions of iMac that will be equipped with Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors. Apple plans to make the new iMacs available on May 3rd, Tuesday. The new computers are believed to have the latest and fastest Thunderbolt port, and Apple will replace the system’s first-gen Core i processors and miniDisplay ports for second-generation Core i Chips. Read More
Apple today announced a new iMac with a better display, better hardware and a better core architecture. The new iMac comes with a whole new product – Magic Trackpad. The Magic Trackpad is a huge Trackpad for desktop users. It is the same Trackpad that Apple uses in MacBooks but is larger in size. The Trackpad would give iMac users a chance to experience the Trackpad which ships along with Apple notebooks.