Articles about iMac (page 5)

Apple Patent Hints At iMacs With Built-In Subwoofers
Speakers built into laptops, TVs, monitors, and all-in-one desktops aren’t usually the best-sounding speakers. However for the most part, Apple has done a decent job at making them sound better than you would expect, and now it looks like the company is exploring more ideas.

Apple Has Become The First Trillion Dollar Company In The US
At the start of 2018, it was predicted by some that Apple could very well be on their way to become the first company to be worth $1 trillion. However at the rate some of the competition was growing, there were some who believed that Amazon could beat Apple to the punch, but as it turns out that is no longer the case.

Apple’s Mac Hardware Sales Are At A Seven Year Low
Apple’s recent Q3 2018 financials have revealed that the company made $53.3 billion in revenue. This is a lot of money also represents Apple’s largest Q3 financials to date. However it seems that most of the money being generated aren’t from Apple’s Mac computers because as ZDNet observed, Mac sales are actually at a seven year low.

Apple Offers Free Repairs For Customers Affected By Japan Floods
Some of you guys might have heard how in southwestern Japan, that area of the country has been hit with devastating floods where more than 8 million people were advised to evacuate, and where it has been reported tha 225 people have died as a result of the flood and an additional 13 reported missing.


T2 Chip In Apple’s New Mac Computers Are Reportedly Causing Problems
One of the new hardware features that Apple introduced to its Mac computers back in 2017 was the T2 chip in the iMac Pro. Apple then brought the chip over to the 2018 MacBook Pro laptops which seemed like a good thing, but now a report from Digital Trends is suggesting that it might be causing more problems than solving them.

Leaked Apple Memo Warns Employees To Stop Leaking Information
Apple has in the past been known to be very tight-lipped and secretive about upcoming products, but in recent times it seems that there are more leaks than ever. In fact in what seems to be irony, a report from Bloomberg has revealed a leaked memo that Apple has sent to its employees warning them about leaking information to the public.

Apple Ditching Intel Could Save Them $500 Million A Year
For many years now it has been rumored that Apple could be working on their own chips for their Mac computers. However a recent report from Bloomberg has revealed that come 2020, Apple could very well move away from Intel, a move which according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, could save Apple as much as $500 million a year.

Apple’s Space Grey iMac Pro Accessories Can Now Be Bought Separately
When Apple unveiled the iMac Pro, they introduced it in a space grey finish that helped to set it apart from the regular iMac. This included the chassis of the computer, the keyboard, mouse, and trackpad. Initially Apple did not sell these accessories separate from the iMac Pro, resulting in some opportunists who took to eBay where they sold these accessories for thousands.

Analyst Estimates Average Lifespan Of Apple Products To Be 4 Years
With some consumer electronics being so expensive these days, it is not particularly feasible for some to constantly upgrade their devices on an annual basis to try and keep up with every release, especially when it comes to Apple products where the iPhone X is priced starting at $999, which is a good sight more than the original iPhone which launched at $599.

Video Compares $14,000 iMac Pro VS Fully-Specced iMac
In 2017 Apple announced the iMac Pro which is an iMac designed for professionals who want a more space-saving desktop to work on. While its all-in-one design is space-saving, that’s pretty much all the saving that it will do because a fully-specced out iMac will set customers back as much as $14,000, but is it worth it?

2018 Macs Might Feature ARM Coprocessors
Apple is expected to launch new Macs later this year and if a new report is to be believed, the 2018 Macs might feature an ARM coprocessor for increased security. The company is said to be working on at least three new Mac models which will feature an ARM coprocessor. It’s pertinent to mention here that Apple isn’t shifting to ARM processors completely for Macs, these models will retain their […]

Apple Seems To Be On A Hiring Spree For Designers
Apple is one of those companies where at this point in time, every move they make, the world is watching. This is why we’re sure that there are many out there who are curious to see what Apple could be up to next, whether it be a new iPhone, new iPad, new Mac computer, or maybe something completely unexpected.

Apple Reportedly Sold 20 Million Mac Computers In 2017
Apple’s macOS operating system is obviously not the most-used platform in the world, but in terms of the number of computers sold, it looks like Apple is actually doing pretty well for themselves. This is according to the latest numbers by IDC and Gartner, in which it revealed that Apple had managed to sell 20 million Mac computers in 2017.

iMac Pro Teardown Reveals Possible A10 Fusion Co-Processor
Ahead of the iMac Pro being released, there were rumors that the computer could come with a new chipset that has never been found in a Mac computer – an A10 Fusion co-processor. If you’re wondering why this sounds familiar, basically this is the same chipset found in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.