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Apple Launches $999 iMac for Educational Institutions

MacRumors - Apple has quietly launched a lower cost $999 iMac for educational institutions this morning. The new low-end model is labeled "Education only" and is not available for individuals. The new iMac appeared on Apple's Higher Educational online store early this morning. The specs now have been published on the site and reflect the following reduced features.

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Low supply of Apple iMacs may signal impending redesign

Visiting Apple's website reveals that the 27" iMac shipping times are between late June and early July. The 21.5" iMac seems to be in stock, however. The 27" iMac is backordered on Amazon as well.

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What Is A Hackintosh And How Do You Build One?

The Macintosh or Mac is undoubtedly the most iconic computer there is. Apple has been at the forefront of design and build quality when it comes to its computer products. Unfortunately, Apple is known to charge a steep premium on all of its Mac products, be it the MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, and the Mac Mini. What is worse, while there is no doubt at all that these products are made well, they are not the best in terms of performance. This is basically why there is a small niche in the market for Hackintosh machines that are basically a rough copy of a Mac.

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Zerg2563d ago

Who builds this when you can use Apple?!

KingPin2563d ago

the people who want hardware at reasonable prices and who refuse to get ripped off.

OT: personally its great for those who want to dual boot between windows and mac on same pc especially those on a tight budget.

2562d ago

Apple iMac with 4K Retina display (21.5-inch, Late 2015) review - Techradar

Apple's smallest all-in-one features a great design and fantastic 4K display. Just make sure you upgrade to the Fusion Drive (at the very least) for faster boot and resume times.

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