Users have experienced an issue where the fans in their late-2009 27-inch iMacs run at full speed after installing the SMC firmware update 1.0.
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Apple has released a couple of security updates, for both Snow Leopard and Leopard systems. In addition, there are a couple of firmware updates available for the 27-inch iMac, which will update the system management controller and EFI firmware.
AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has publicly announced the display issues affecting the newest 27-inch iMac models have been fixed by the updates that Apple has released to address the issue.
Customers with cracked, tinted, or yellowed iMac displays say Apple is giving a cash reward for their trouble.
Reports are surfacing around the Web that Apple may have stopped production of the new 27-inch iMac until it can figure out why so many issues are occurring in them.
Apple has issued the anticipated firmware update for their 27-inch iMacs which is an update for the display hardware itself, and is supposed to help address video problems that have plagued the new machines.
What is your recourse in the event of a defective 27-inch iMac display?
Apple's 27-inch iMacs have been quite popular, but have also had a fair amount of problems with the LCD monitors and video output, including displays flickering, discoloration, cracked screens, and issues with massive CPU usage when running some multimedi
Apple has released an update for the firmware of the Radeon HD 4670 and 4850 chipsets that are present in the new 27-inch iMac systems, addressing graphics flickering and image corruption problems.