Apple's New iMacs Add Thunderbolt, More Graphics Muscle, and Monster Quad-Core Guts

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. » 5/03/11 8:37am 5/03/11 8:37am

Rumor: Refreshed, Faster iMacs in a Few Weeks

If you're not interested new Macbooks, but are eyeballing zoomier iMacs, it looks like you'll get your wish sometime in the next four weeks, barring any problems, says AppleInsider » 10/18/08 3:45pm 10/18/08 3:45pm. It'll be new guts though, not a new house. Here's what to expect: faster processors (maybe even a quad-core), a new chipset (though…

New iMacs First to Use Intel Montevina Chipset?

On the surface, the new iMacs just look like a speed bump, there's actually something pretty interesting under the number splooge: It's the first system we know of to use Intel's Montevina chipset, which actually isn't due until June. Even though the release doesn't namedrop Montevina, the 1066MHz front-side bus with… » 4/28/08 4:00pm 4/28/08 4:00pm