With WWDC 2014 right around the weekend corner (literally), heck no you don't want to shut your computer down. Why, this week's news is chock full of rumor, leak, speculation, and the ravings of analysts. Ahem, we mean the well thought out considerations of those with virtually no evidence. On with the show!
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.
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.
Now that Apple has sent out its official invites for an October 23 event, we're fairly confident the iPad Mini is on its way. But Cupertino isn't likely to leave the stage without a few other announcements, and according to sources, new iMac units are on the menu.