Apple is now offering its latest 27-inch iMac refurbished with up to 15% off via the Apple Online Store. Prices start at $ 1,529 as opposed to the normal $ 1,800 for the entry-level machine, which offers a 2.9GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive.
The high-end 27-inch model, which offers a 3.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1GB NVIDIA [Read More...]
LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 -Behold: The 27-inch tablet. I wonder if Amazon will make a Kindle app for this thing?
It’s called the IdeaCenter Horizon, weighs 17 pounds and will probably last for about five seconds on a single charge.
Via: Mobile Industry Review
Hoping to get your hands on a new 27-inch iMac model, with it’s delightfully thin flat panel display and Fusion Drive goodness? Well, if you order now, you’ll have to wait up to four weeks for it to ship, as seen at the Apple Store website.
It appears that Apple hasn’t been able to manage to overcome its supply constraints, which we reported back in November, [Read More...]
Apple customers who purchased the new 27-inch iMacs as soon as they were available for pre-order should be getting their new desktops pretty soon. Apple has notified customers that the first orders of the 27-inch iMacs are now shipping.
According to numerous people on Twitter and other forums who have ordered the new iMacs, they’ve received noticies that their order status has been changed from “Preparing for Shipment” to “Shipped.”
The first [Read More...]
Apple warned us that supplies of its new iMac would be extremely limited this year, and it hasn’t taken long for its initial stock pile to diminish. The 27-inch all-in-one, that was once shipping in “3-4 weeks,” now won’t be sent out until January via the Apple online store.
Apple’s original 3-4 week estimate would have meant that early orders for the 27-inch iMac should be shipped out before the end of [Read More...]
The new iMacs are lovely, but the smaller units are hard as hell to get into if you want to make some upgrades of your own. The recent iFixit teardown of the 21.5-inch iMac revealed that you’ll have to unglue your display if you want to swap out your harddrive or add more RAM, even though it’s a piece of cake on the bigger 27-inch iMacs.
Apple added a new feature for [Read More...]
We’ve been waiting a month to see Apple’s beautiful new iMacs in the wild, and while the 27-inch models won’t ship until late next month, the new 21.5-inch units are not available in stores. Along with a sleek new body, the iMacs also feature Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processors which should make them markedly faster than last year’s iMacs.
Geekbench scores have already been compiled for the new 21.5-inch iMacs. When compared [Read More...]
Apple started selling its all-new iMac online this morning, and shipping estimates for the 27-inch models have already been pushed back to 3-4 weeks. 27-inch models were shipping in 2-3 weeks only a few hours ago, but demand is already starting to put a strain on Apple’s first batch of inventory.
The 21.5-inch iMac is still shipping in 1-3 business days, but it looks like you may not be getting a 27-incher [Read More...]
Ask iFixIt: the thinner Apple makes their products, the less user serviceable they are. That’s why the new 21.5-inch iMac doesn’t allow users to upgrade the RAM themselves. The 27-inch, though, apparently does, a consequence of the added space.
It’s probably not a good time to buy an iMac.
On August 22, it became apparent that retailers across the United States were beginning to see shortages of 27-inch iMacs, sparking speculation that Apple’s popular all-in-one could be about to get a much-anticipated refresh. Now those tight supplies are affecting Apple’s own retail stores, which are quickly running out of both 27-inch iMac iterations.
MacRumors reports that when using Apple’s online Personal [Read More...]