Apple’s chief of design Jony Ive is leaving the company after working for more than 20 years. He was responsible for the look and design of iPhone and Mac from the earlier days until now which is truly iconic. After the departure, Ive will be starting his own independent design firm which will have Apple as one of the clients. Read More
After the announcement of the new iPads, Apple has gone ahead and upgraded its iMacs with improved hardware of upto 8 cores with the advanced i9 processors. The company has also added the Radeon Pro Vega graphics option to boost the overall performance and computing power. This is the first time that Apple has upgraded the iMacs in a long time, which makes it the top desktop in the world right now. Read More
To see what’s in the heart of the new Retina iMac, the team at Fixit tore it down and found out what really drives the powerful machine. To their surprise, apart from the new Retina screen with a 5K display having 14.7 million pixels there was nothing completely new inside. The inner design and components are almost same as previous models. Read More
Apple at an event launched a completely new iMac. The 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display has the highest resolution screen in the world. The screen has a 5K display which is seven times more than the pixels of a normal HDTV. The screen of the iMac is built upon the technology Apple uses for its iPhone and iPad. Read More
With Apple launching Retina Display in almost all of its devices, now it’s the turn of desktops. According to a report from Jack Marsh, next month it is “incredibly likely” that Apple announces a new Retina iMac at a special event that is rumoured to be on October 21st to unveil a new iPad Air and a new Mac mini.
A source familiar with Apple’s plans tells me that Apple is indeed planning to launch a Retina iMac at their next press event, however the 27″ Model will be the only model that gets this feature. The source says the new 27″ iMac will use a 5120 x 2880 panel as leaked in the OSX Yosemite code a few months ago.
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