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Apple Rumored to Release a New Line of MacBooks and iMacs With M2 Chip
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Apple Rumored to Release a New Line of MacBooks and iMacs With M2 Chip

Pointing towards a faster CPU for the next release.

Apple Will Reportedly Hold a Hardware Event Next Month
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Apple Will Reportedly Hold a Hardware Event Next Month

Allegedly debuting the third-generation iPhone SE and other devices.

Here Are the Products Apple Could Be Launching in 2022
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Here Are the Products Apple Could Be Launching in 2022

Including a revamped iPhone 14 set to feature a hole-punch-sized notch.

Christie's is Auctioning Two Artifacts From 'The Birth of Wikipedia'
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Christie's is Auctioning Two Artifacts From 'The Birth of Wikipedia'

Including a strawbery iMac used to develop the page and an NFT of the first edit.

Apple iMac Review: A Powerhouse Desktop That Delights The Senses
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Apple iMac Review: A Powerhouse Desktop That Delights The Senses

It’s light, it’s sleek, it’s fast and it’s incredibly beautiful to look at.


Apple Debuts New M1-Infused iMac In a Stunning Array of Colors
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Apple Debuts New M1-Infused iMac In a Stunning Array of Colors

The tech company’s most powerful desktop computer to date.

Apple May Release a 32-Inch Option for the New iMac
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Apple May Release a 32-Inch Option for the New iMac

Much larger than the ones currently available.

NASA's New Perseverance Mars Rover Shares the Same Processor as Apple's 1998 iMac
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NASA's New Perseverance Mars Rover Shares the Same Processor as Apple's 1998 iMac

But it cost $200,000 USD to produce.

The Next iMac May Arrive in a Range of Colors
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The Next iMac May Arrive in a Range of Colors

More rumors from Jon Prosser.

Apple is Reportedly Redesigning the iMac
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Apple is Reportedly Redesigning the iMac

There’ll also be a new monitor and two Mac Pro options.

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