Apple's new iMac with Retina seems to have packed in so many pixels that it didn't leave room for future upgrades. Notorious tear-down specialist iFixit has slapped it with the lowest reparability score of any iMac.
With much of the hype over Apple's latest round of iOS devices finally coming to a lull, the company is starting to prepare some new Mac launches, 9to5Mac reports. One of them could be a new 21.5-inch iMac with 4K display.
Since 2009, Apple has been bundling the Magic Mouse and Wireless Keyboard with its iMac computers. FCC documents indicate the company is finally ready to replace them, but will it be to the benefit of users?
FCC listings published in recent days suggest Apple could be about to launch a refreshed Magic Mouse and wireless keyboard. The updated devices look set to include non-removable batteries and support Bluetooth LE 4.2.
If the one thing that has put you off from buying one of Apple's popular line of iMacs before is the way they handle color, then you're in luck. The next generation of all-in-one systems is set to have much improved color saturation thanks…
Because refurbished Apple products cannot be sold at MSRP, they are typically sold at a discount. How much money you save depends on the product, what went wrong, and availability -- but refurbished models are often a great deal.
Acer has taken to the Windows Blog to announce the upcoming refresh of its Z line of all-in-one PCs, set to release sometime in Q3 of this year and stocked with upgrades to the processor, RAM, and storage space.