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  1. Apple discontinues two more iMac desktop configurations The Apple iMac Pro is no longer available and now it looks like the remaining iMac desktop options are more limited as well. As Apple news site MacRumors noticed Saturday morning, two options are no longer listed on the 21.5-inch iMac computer available from the Apple Store. Now there's only 256GB storage for that screen size on the Apple website. There used to be 512GB and 1TB options. The larger 27-inch iMac still has a 512GB storage option, which is the most storage currently available
  2. Apple's iMac Pro to be discontinued The base model can still be had on Apple's site, but only while inventory's available. Sarah Tew/CNET It looks like Apple's iMac Pro is going to that big computer showroom in the sky. The $4,999 standard model is still available on Apple's site, but only while current supplies last -- once they're gone, the iMac Pro will no longer be available, Apple told us Saturday. Released in 2017, the iMac Pro was touted by Apple at the time as "by far the most powerful iMac we've ever made" and was aimed at professionals w
  3. Apple may be planning the first iMac redesign in almost a decade The iconic iMac may get a new look this year (Image credit: Apple) Apple is reportedly planning its first major redesign of their desktop iMac computers in nearly a decade. The design of the popular iMac desktop all-in-one computer was first introduced in 2012 and has remained largely unchanged in the years since, something that many of us have noted over the years. Now, however, they may be getting a major refresh than
  4. Satechi today announced a new stand for the iMac, called the Type-C Aluminum Monitor Stand Hub. The accessory features seven built-in ports and an ergonomic design that the company says is aimed at maximizing desk space and providing easy access to USB ports. In total, the hub has one USB-C data port and three USB 3.0 ports (each running at 5 Gbps), slots for microSD and SD cards, and one audio jack port. The stand is made with a brushed aluminum finish to match Apple's iMac and iMac Pro line. It also raises the iMac monitor a few inches off of the desk to provide a more comfortable viewing le
  5. Apple is facing a new class action lawsuit claiming that it sells select iMac and MacBook models without needed dust filters. In turn, this causes issues such as display imprecations, slowing performance, and more, the lawsuit alleges. The class action suit comes from a notable foe of Apple’s… The iMac and MacBook lawsuit is being brought forward by law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, which is a class action litigation firm that has gone after Apple before. Most notably, the firm won the infamous $450 million ebooks pricing case against Apple. Since then, Hagens Berma
  6. Apple iMac with AMD Navi GPU could debut at WWDC Tipster claims 2020 iMac will make its long-awaited debut later this month (Image credit: Future) Apple reportedly plans to unveil a new iMac at WWDC later this month. That's according to tipster Sonny Dickson, who claims that a new iMac will be shown off at Apple's typically software-focused event on 22 June. The desktop machine, which hasn’t seen an update since March 2019, will reportedly arrive with iPad Pro design language and Pro Display-li
  7. iMac 2020 may still be rocking an intel processor after all Leak suggests all-in-one will pack a mysterious Intel Core-10910 CPU (Image credit: Future) Though Apple didn't show off a new iMac at this year's WWDC, it looks like the company is still gearing up to launch a new Intel-powered all-in-one PC. Details of Apple's incoming desktop machine have appeared on Geekbench, and seems to confirm that iMacs won’t be switching to switching to an ARM-based CPU just yet. The leak, spotted by tipster @_rogame, lists the 2020 i
  8. Apple's iMac 2021 may see a big change when it comes to graphics Report claims Apple will ditch AMD in favor of in-house GPU (Image credit: Future) The Apple iMac 2021 may ditch low-end AMD GPUs in favor of an in-house graphics card, according to a new report from Chinese publication Commercial Times. If true, it means that AMD's tech will be replaced by an Apple custom-designed GPU solution, at least partially, mirroring what we saw when Apple dropped Intel CPUs in favor of its own Apple Silicon. The report claims that
  9. iMac 27-inch (2020) release date, price and news The iMac 27-inch (2020) gets a big upgrade (Image credit: Apple) Apple has officially unveiled the new iMac 27-inch (2020), bringing a number of big upgrades to its all-in-one PC. With the global Covid-19 pandemic and many people working from home, Apple's new iMac for 2020 includes an upgraded Face Time webcam and improved microphones, which should make video calls – be they with workmates or friends and family – much better. Billed as "By far the most po
  10. Is a radical design change coming for the iMac? Get ready for a mostly glass AIO (Image credit: Future) The Apple iMac revolutionized what we expected out of a computer when it was released. The bulkiness of the desktop transformed into a sleek for its time, all-in-one design that has been refined continuously since its inception. Its current look, that of a super-powered monitor, could take a big jump in its next redesign. Apple may have just applied for this next revolution in its design with the US patent and trademar
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