Apple Intros New iMacs
Between the iPod and iPhone, most of Apple’s attention the last few years has been taken up by things other than computers. Despite continuing to boast massive computer sales, the company even dropped “Computer” from its name in January. But Tuesday, Apple made an announcement about new iMacs that should put the “computer” back in the brand, if not its name.
At a presentation at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, according to PC Magazine, Apple introduced its latest line of iMacs, a trio of models that will all contain large flat-screen displays. The two smaller models, priced at $1,199 and $1,499 will feature 20-inch monitors, while the $1,799 model will boast a 24-inch monitor.
The computers will also include a 1TB hard drive, 4GB of RAM, and an updated iLife suite. The new models were released Tuesday.