Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed that one of the Mac line productions of computers will be moving to the United States in 2013 according to Bloomberg. Cook will be confirming the news on an interview with NBC that will air tonight. Tim Cook said:
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There are hidden files in the Mountain Lion version of Boot Camp that seems to confirm the next generation of the Mac Pro and the iMac. In a Boot Camp configuration file, there is information that tells the software what models of Mac can boot Windows from a USB-drive.
Some iMacs purchased in the last few months are qualified for a replacement, Apple announced on Friday, due to a faulty hard drive. The failing machines are 1TB Seagate hard drives, and Apple has established a free program to replace any qualifying machines. MacWorld reports that the replacement drive promise will be honored at Genius Bar appointments in Apple stores, at authorized Apple service providers, or at select other locations that can be found by contacting Apple tech support.
Yesterday Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) announced a new line of iMacs computers that have Thunderbolt I/O technology and new FaceTime HD cameras. iFixit.com decided to do a tear-down of the computer and take a deeper look to see what is inside. What was discovered by iFixit is that inside of the iMacs are the Intel Z68 chipset that has not been released yet.
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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has announced a new line of iMac computers. The new iMacs have quad-core processors, AMD Radeon HD graphics, Thunderbolt I/O technology, and a new FaceTime HD camera. The new iMacs start at $1,199. The new iMac has quad-core Intel Core i5 processors with an option to make it an i7. Processor speeds can go as high as 3.4 GHz. The screen sizes range between 21.5 inches to 27 inches.
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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is tightening up their iMac supplies according to sources with 9to5Mac. As past behaviors indicate, Apple releases a new generation of a specific product whenever they tighten supplies. The inventory of four different types of the iMac have been constrained. Rumor has it that new iMacs with new Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt I/O ports are launching between April and early May. [9to5Mac]
DigiTimes has a source that is reporting Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is refreshing their MacBook Pro and iMac line of products in the first half of 2011. Apple is planning to upgrade four MacBook Pros as well as the iMac. The iMac will have a new panel size and price point. The same report believes that Apple will sell about 10 million units in 2010. The new MacBook Pro notebooks will have a slight change in the chassis and will run on the Lion operating system. Quanta Computer and Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) are expecting to share the orders. [DigiTimes]