Barely making it under the promised November deadline, Apple has started shipping the slim new iMacs first shown off at last month's iPad mini event -- but the 27-inch model may not arrive until Santa Claus does.
Sure, we know the new iMacs are going to be released tomorrow, but that's no reason why you can't grab yourself a good cheap deal on a refurb, now is it? Maybe you'll consider again some of these awesome deals.
The clock is ticking at Apple, and it's not just iTunes 11 that everyone is waiting for by the end of this month -- Cupertino also promised supplies of the sleek new 21.5-inch iMac models, which could arrive as early as Wednesday.
Well, here's some not-so-good news: the recently announced, incredibly thin iMac line may not be available until 2013. According to one source, the redesigned computers are facing manufacturing challenges that threaten the previously stated November and December 2012 launch windows.
Happy Movember, mustache lovers. While we can't promise you that any of this week's hot hot deals are facial hair related, we can promise that this is a great time to be buying refurbs -- but then when isn't it a good time? And without any further ado, the deals.
So it was a big announcement week with not only the long rumored iPad mini, but surprises like the newly redesigned iMacs, Retina Display additions to the MacBook line up, and the fourth generation iPad. One thing Apple never does is disappoint. So a few other stories happened this week too, so why don't we take a look?
Well, we don't know about you guys but we really dug what we saw this week at what everyone was calling the iPad mini event which turned out to be darn near a whole product line refresh. New iMacs! New Mac minis! New MacBooks and MacBook Airs! And then the kicker surprise of the whole day, the fourth generation iPad months and months early. Wow. So what do we have to top that? Well…we've got bargains….
Today was an exciting day for Apple enthusiasts, as the company revealed the iPad mini, a new Mac mini, and an awfully gorgeous new iMac line-up. But as is so often the case with technology, innovations in overall size can mean the loss of features. Apparently, the 21.5-inch iMac doesn't contain easily switchable RAM slots.
Ladies and gentlemen, introducing "the most beautiful Mac" Apple has ever made! At the San Jose media event, the folks in Cupertino have announced the company's latest iMac, which is impossibly thin and "stunning from every side."
If you're reading this site, or if you're just a tech enthusiast, you're well aware of one thing: Apple is terrible at keeping a secret. Honestly, the company keeps things under wraps with all the tact of a junior-high schooler. But according to some Apple employees, the supply chain holds every bit of the blame.