The iMac makeover

The iMac makeover

The iMac makeover

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Let’s face it—the iMac, Apple’s flagship consumer desktop Mac, was long overdue for a face-lift. The thin-display-on-a-solid-foot design first arrived on the scene in August 2004, as the iMac G5, and survived through the January 2006 Intel transition (the iMac was Apple’s first Intel-based system).

Sure, Apple has made some major improvements inside, but it’s been three years since the iMac has gotten any cosmetic enhancements. That’s definitely changed with the latest round of iMac updates.

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