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Apple had a busy day Tuesday, which means a busy podcast for Macworld. Jason Snell and Dan Moren join host Philip Michaels to go over all the latest announcements out of Cupertino.
The iPad mini was the marquee addition to Apple's product lineup on Tuesday, but it was the only hardware Apple unveiled. In addition to the smaller version of its tablet, Apple released a new generation of its full-sized iPad as well as new iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini models.
At Tuesday's press event, the company introduced a redesigned iMac that Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller called "the most beautiful Mac we have ever made."
Apple introduced its new Fusion Drive technology on Tuesday, a hybrid drive that merges a 128GB flash drive with a 1TB or 3TB hard drive all into a single logical volume for the iMac and Mac mini.
Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Dan Frakes, Dan Moren, and Lex Friedman to discuss Apple's upcoming "A Little More to Show" event.
If you have a 1TB iMac with a built-in Seagate drive, it may be eligible for replacement by Apple.
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Asustek plans to launch an iMac rival in September, the Eee Monitor.