Not too long ago it was rumored that due to the apparent issues that occurred during the manufacturing process of Apple’s new iMacs, shipments of the product were said to be delayed until 2013. It seems like quite a bummer for would-be customers who are eager to get their hands on the redesigned iMacs. Well now it seems that the folks at 9to5 Mac got tipped off that the new iMacs won’t be delayed to 2013 and will still be on track for a November-December release. According to their source, Apple has begun shipping iMacs to its distribution hubs across the US and other countries around the world and they are expected to be made available towards the end of November. However it should be noted that the November availability is for the 21.5” models – for those who prefer the 27” iMacs, 9to5 Mac’s sources have indicated that they will be available in December although they should be up for pre-order around the same time the 21.5” models are available. Either way we’ll keep our eyes peeled for any updates, so check back with us at a later date for the details.RELATED
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