Apple has confirmed that it has no plans to release a new 27-inch version of its all-in-one iMac PC. The company says buyers should get either the new 24-inch iMac or a Mac PC with a Studio Display.
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Apple has confirmed it will be holding an online event on October 30 starting at 8 pm Eastern time (5 pm Pacific time). The event is likely to reveal some new Mac products including a new iMac.
Apple is rumoured to hold an event at the end of this month where the company is planning to announce the refreshed 24-inch iMacs. The company is also rumoured to announce the bigger iMac next year.
Apple is rumored to launch the M3 Apple Silicon Macs in October, including a new iMac, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro. M3 chips are expected to be based on a 3nm process for better performance
Apple's original iMac, powered by a G3 processor, was announced on May 6, 1998. Priced at $1,299, It was an all-in-one computer that amazed the users with its iconic translucent Bondi Blue casing.
Apple is readying to announce new iMacs later this year, according to recent report. The new devices will reportedly be powered by the new M3 chip, which will offer improved performance.
Customers with compatible Mac models can finally download Apple's latest desktop operating system, macOS Ventura. The OS introduces various productivity features, improvements, and bugfixes.
Apple Business Essential, a program designed to make managing Apple devices across a small business, is now out of beta and is available across small businesses in the United States.
Apple has stopped selling its products in Russia over the aggression the country has shown to its neighbour, Ukraine. RT News and Sputnik News have also been removed from the App Store.
Apple will reportedly launch as many as seven new Mac computers in 2022 to complete the transition from Intel processors to its self-developed Apple Silicon chips. Gurman has shared some key details.
Fresh rumors about a larger iMac incoming for the first half of 2022 that will be powered by Apple's latest M1 Pro and M1 Max silicon. New details on what to expect with Apple's all-in-one.
Apple has released macOS Monterey as a free upgrade. It introduces FaceTime enhancements, Tab Groups for Safari and a feature called Live Text that lets you copy and translate text in images.
Apple has announced that the new iMac, iPad Pro, and Apple TV 4K will be available in stores and online on Friday. Those who buy directly from Apple will also have access to an Apple Specialist.
While Apple did not mention the exact availability date for both the iPad Pro and iMac during the devices' unveiling last week, a UK retailer has revealed when the new devices will hit the market.
Apple is expanding the lineup of Apple Silicon-based Macs with a new iMac powered by the Apple M1. It comes in a variety of saturated colors, and features flat edges and reduced bezels.
A bizarre new Intel and Qualcomm hybrid processor has been detected on Geekbench 5 which seems to be powering the rumored 21,1 iMac model. The chip appears to be an octa-core ARM part.
According to a new leak, Apple has some interesting new Macs on the way, and it's going to be bringing back the color in its iMac lineup. It also has a Mac Pro Mini that's on the way.
Apple has refreshed the 27-inch iMac with new 10th-gen Intel Core processors, new GPUs, and a better webcam. There are no design changes. The iMac line now comes with SSD storage as standard.
Apple is expanding its Apple Card 0% interest financing option to devices such as the iMac, MacBooks, and even accessories such as the Apple Pencil and AirPods. The installment options vary by device.
A recent patent published by the USPTO provides a look at the possible designs that Apple is envisioning for its future iMac computers. It includes ideas such as dockable MacBooks and modular frames.
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Apple today announced a refresh for its iMac all-in-one PC lineup. The new models are externally still the same, but they include, as Apple says, double the performance with ninth-gen processors.
Apple has beaten its tech competitors to the $1 trillion market cap threshold. The achievement comes after it reported huge revenues during the second quarter in its earnings report.
Not only did Apple release new MacBook Pros today but there is now an external GPU solution for its newer computers. The new eGPU has a custom enclosure and houses a Radeon Pro 580.
A new forecast by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicates that the iPhone could be far from being the only big update Apple makes to its devices this year, as many of its lineups will be refreshed.
The Cupertino giant is refreshing almost its entire lineup of Mac hardware with new iMacs and MacBooks, sporting the latest processors from Intel and updated graphics for VR compatibility.
In what could be considered a huge leak, a Foxconn connection has revealed numerous details about Apple's upcoming speaker, iPhone, iMac, AR glasses, and more. The source has a proven track record.
Apple's competition has released new desktops that are both captivating and performance beasts. Now, a new report provides some details about Apple's iMac Pro that could be coming later this year.
Apple has updated the pricing and hardware specs for both of its Mac Pro models, providing updated GPUs and processors. The updates come as Apple confirms a new iMac Pro for release later this year.
"Touch doesn't even register on the list of things pro users are interested in talking about," Apple's Phil Schiller said today - five months after adding the Touch Bar to its MacBook Pro notebooks.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has revealed that contrary to media reports, the company has not given up on its desktop business and has plans to launch new Macs on its roadmap.
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Apple has quietly dropped the price of its larger SSDs, meaning that upgrade pricing across the entire Mac range (desktops and notebooks) is now in line with the recently announced MacBook Pro models.
As part of Apple's announcement of OS X's name change to macOS and the unveiling of its new version, SIerra, the new operating system has officially dropped support for older Macs in the past decade.
Apple is giving students and teachers free wireless Beats headphones with the purchase of an eligible Mac, iPhone 6 or 6s, or iPad Pro. The deal is part of the firm's Back to School promotion.
Apple is reportedly preparing to ditch the OS X branding for its PC operating system, bringing it in line with 'tvOS' and 'watchOS' by rebranding the desktop-class operating system as 'macOS'.
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Apple has released three new desktop accessories, including the $129 Magic Trackpad 2, which introduces pressure-sensitive Force Touch interactions to its iMac range for the first time.
Apple has updated its entire iMac range, adding a new Retina 4K Display option for the 21.5in model - but while the 27in iMac gets Intel's latest 'Skylake' processors, its smaller sibling doesn't.