Does your late 2012 iMac feel like hanging around instead of sitting on a desk like an average computer? Apple's online store now makes it possible, but you'll need to pay a $40 premium when you buy the new computer.
The new 21.5-inch iMacs hit stores last Friday, so you can just imagine how the folks at iFixit spent their weekend -- but in addition to a disappointing repairability score, the latest iMac also comes with a curious secret.
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.
The new iMacs will finally go on sale this Friday, but a new report from the supply chain indicates you'll want to act quickly if you want one -- they'll be in short supply for the remainder of the year and into early 2013.
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.