Sure, the new iMacs have a couple of Thunderbolt ports and more grunt between them, but other than that has much else changed? To answer that question, we'll defer to the iFixit guys, who've already torn the 21.5-inch iMac apart.
Goodbye miniDisplay ports, and hello Thunderbolt: Apple's latest iMacs include the faster Thunderbolt connection, but that's not the only new addition from Intel. The computers, which come in 21.5 and 27-inch size options, also run on Intel's latest Sandy Bridge Core procession line.
The Apple Store has just gone down this morning (thanks for alerting us, eagle-eyed readers!), but what can we expect once it goes back up? New iMacs are the most likely addition, after retailers were caught slashing prices on the dwindling stock of old iMacs. Whatever comes next, stay tuned!
Citing the ever mysterious "people familiar with the matter" Apple Insider is reporting that the iMac form factor is being refreshed for the first time in almost three years, and will be "slimmer and sleeker" than the current lineup.
MacScoop claims to have the inside dirt on next month's rumored Apple announcements, saying we're in for a full barrage of hardware releases, including a black 24-inch iMac and 8-core Mac Pros (no word on whether they'll be sporting new designs). Also in store for us are 15-inch MacBooks and new Cinema Displays with…