To quote the Beatles, “It’s getting better all the time.” While much of the focus will be on the new high-end 12-core Mac Pro, the iMac has seen its share of significant improvements as well. All iMacs now use Intel’s Core “i” technology and support HyperThreading, which means they can function as though they have […]
The first Intel-based iMac changes the value equation for the entire realm of desktop Macs.
It was just five months ago that Apple speed bumped the iMac G5 by 200 MHz, and yesterday it upped the ante again. The Late 2005 iMac G5 is thinner, lighter, faster, and more feature-laden than its predecessor.
Last Tuesday, Apple speed bumped the Power Mac G5. Last Friday, they officially released Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. And today, Apple introduced improved versions of the eMac and iMac G5. Both new models ship with Tiger.
August 1998: I’ve been looking forward to the latest issue of PC Magazine, the one that looks at sub-$1,000 (sub-$1K) Windows systems. So many “experts” are chiding Apple for releasing a $1,300 computer when (they say) buyers really want sub-$1K PCs.
August 1998: Every month PC World lists the 20 best selling computer systems – and USA Today publishes the 10 best sellers. The USA Today list from 8 July 1998 includes: