Other World Computing outlines faulty temperature sensor connections may be to blame for an iMac's fans blaring after a hard drive upgrade.
After measuring failure rates for four years, the online backup service is optimistic that buying cheaper consumer-grade hard drives was the right choice.
The company expands its hard drive replacement program to 3-year-old iMacs with affected Seagate drives.
Apple has issued a recall for the Seagate 1TB hard drives made available as a CTO option for some iMac systems.
Apple has released a hard-drive firmware update for 2010 iMac models that addresses problems with the systems not booting correctly.
So Apple bought LaLa and Ars Technica thinks they have a source who knows what they're going to do with it. They're going to make a website that sells music and stores it in the cloud. Kind of like what LaLa already is. But it's going to be all iTunes-ified. And that has Rafe worrying about cloud failure again. We also kvetch about Facebook, a Mozilla employee complains about Google and the New Moon taper is set free.
Apple has announced brand-new versions of the iMac desktop, with up to a terabyte of storage and various new graphics chipsets
An earlier version of this story had the incorrect price for the 1TB Fusion drive. It costs an extra $250. Also, it misstated the size of the regular serial ATA hard drive on the iMacs. The hard drive is 1TB.
Apple refreshes the iMac with a new ultra-thin 5mm display. The 21.5-inch all-in-one model includes a 2.7GHz Core i5 chip, 8GB of memory, a GeForce GT 640 graphics chip, and a 1TB hard drive.
If you need to add a second internal hard drive to your iMac, then iFixIt's kit may be the answer.