Apple's newest iMacs are on sale, and we'll tell you what to be aware of. If you're waiting for a Retina iMac? Don't. And Will.i.am makes his own iPhone accessory. Seriously.
The large-screen iMacs are finally available as refurbished and less expensive models.
At its iPad Mini event, the company shows off what it says is its thinnest desktop computer to date.
New details about the next-gen iMacs, and could the Mac Pro really be dead? Plus, who thinks the Apple TV will be the "iPanel"? Not us.
Is Apple assembling some iMacs in the U.S.? That would be a departure from its custom of assembling virtually all products in Asia.
The 21.5-inch model is slated to ship in one to three business days, according to Apple's Web site, while the 27-inch model won't be sent out for two to three weeks.
According to a new report, the release of Apple's newest all-in-one desktop faces a slight delay due to production complexity.
A new report from Fox News claims the devices will come with Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, improved graphics, and USB 3.0 support.
Apple's latest estimate points to a wait time of three to four weeks, meaning new buyers will have to hang on until February.
Consumers who preordered the new large-screen iMac are receiving notices their purchases are getting ready to ship, says MacRumors.