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Apple’s new iMac now available, already gets torn down

Apple’s new iMac now available, already gets torn down

We learned just a few days ago that they would be arriving today, and sure enough, Apple has opened the gates to their new iMac. The 21.5-inch is set to ship in "1-3 business days," while the 27-inch model has a longer delay of "2-3 weeks." However, both models are available now to purchase starting at $1,299.

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Apple parts providers to increase yields in Q1 2013

Apple parts providers to increase yields in Q1 2013

Apple's supply chain has definitely seen plenty of issues recently when it comes to meeting demand. iPad minis, as well as the new iMacs aren't being manufactured fast enough due to low yield rates of displays. Both LG Display and AU Optronics are experiencing mass production issues, and they don't expect things to get better until Q1 2013.

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Apple: iMac arrives November 30

Apple: iMac arrives November 30

Apple's new iMac will go on sale on Friday, November 30, the company has confirmed, with the 21.5-inch all-in-one computer available in-store the same day, while the 27-inch iMac will follow on in December. Announced back in October, the new desktop will be priced from $1,299 for the smaller model and from $1,799 for the larger version, with a choice of Core i5 or Core i7 processors.

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iMac on track reassure insiders

iMac on track reassure insiders

Chatter of a iMac production delay that could have seen the new all-in-one OS X machines pushed back into 2013 is incorrect, new sources claim, with the 21.5-inch iMac reportedly already headed to distributors. Talk of Apple encountering problems with the friction-stir welding process that joins the front and back chassis panels prompted claims that the November/December release window would be missed, but according to 9to5Mac's sources that is not, in fact, the case.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: November 15, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: November 15, 2012

Welcome to Thursday evening folks. Today Microsoft's former Windows head Steven Sinofsky discussed his recent and surprising departure from the company, but didn't go into too many specifics when it came down to why he actually left. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 started shipping ahead of schedule today, while new reports are suggesting that Apple may delay the new iMac into 2013. NASA was the victim of a major security breach recently, and today it said that it will make sure all of its laptops are equipped with full disk encryption by the end of the year as a result.

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New iMac could be delayed until 2013 tip insiders

New iMac could be delayed until 2013 tip insiders

Apple may be forced to delay sales of its new iMac models, sources claim, with suggestions that the complex construction techniques the slimline all-in-ones require have presented a greater than expected challenge. In fact, Apple could well miss the holiday sales period altogether, MacBidouille's "commercial source" warns, with the new iMacs pushed back into early 2013.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 24, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 24, 2012

Give yourself a pat on the back, because you've officially made it through Wednesday - only two more days to go and the weekend is here again. We had a lot of news hit today, so let's jump right in. Today we may have seen some leaked press shots of the LG Nexus 4, but then sadly found out that they might be fake. The Galaxy Note II is now available for order at T-Mobile, but it's a bit on the expensive side when compared to a certain other carrier, and new Apple documents have revealed that Samsung is the focus of a 3G patent antitrust investigation here in the US.

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New 21.5-inch Apple iMac cannot be upgraded at all

New 21.5-inch Apple iMac cannot be upgraded at all

As witnessed with Apple's 15-inch Retina-equipped MacBook Pro, it looks like the company is slowly phasing out the ability to upgrade its products with faster and better internal hardware. More evidence of this claim can be seen by peeking into the new 21.5 iMac, where it seems nothing can be easily upgraded -- not even the RAM.

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Apple hates the Mac Pro, doesn’t it?

Apple hates the Mac Pro, doesn’t it?

Apple’s event on Tuesday was fun. The company offered up a slew of hardware products for consumers to drool over, and it did a fine job of appealing to everyone from mobile customers to computer purchasers.

The iPad mini will undoubtedly be a fan favorite, as will the fourth-generation iPad. The new iMac is downright beautiful with a thinness that has yet to be matched. Even the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, which is admittedly expensive, should attract quite a few customers.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 23, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 23, 2012

Welcome to Tuesday evening folks. We had a whopper of a day, what with Apple announcing a ton of new products and all. You can find all of our coverage of today's Apple news in our event round-up or by checking out our Apple Portal. Don't forget about our hands-on with the bite-sized iPad Mini, the ridiculously thin iMac, and the long-awaited 13" MacBook Pro with Retina Display. You can even watch a video of the entire event if you missed it earlier, so be sure to have a look at that.

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Apple Store back up: iPad mini and goodies galore

Apple Store back up: iPad mini and goodies galore

With the Apple iPac mini event over with, it's time for the Apple Store to return to the web in full force, here with the tinier iPad, a new MacBook Pro, a new Mac mini, and a whole heck of a lot more. This update to the store brings with it not just a wave of new products, but a set of product retirements, this leading to a rush on the Refurbished and Clearance section - be sure to check the iPad 3 (now retired, believe it or not) for a big thrill ($375!) Then there's the MacBook Pro with 13-inch Retina display at $1699, the iMac refresh with much-much thinner body for $1299, and the Mac mini for $599.

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Apple iMac 2012 hands-on

Apple iMac 2012 hands-on

Apple's iMac 2012 line-up has been revealed this morning, and those hoping for a compelling alternative to the new Windows 8 all-in-one PCs we've been seeing have had their wishes granted. Now incredibly thin - just 5mm at the tapered edge - and occupying 40-percent less volume than the slab-sided predecessors, the narrow iMacs are just as impressive in the metal as they are in photos. These are all-in-ones you almost can't believe contain a full computer; read on for our first impressions.

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