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Entry level 21 inch iMac on the Loose

With the competition of computing devices going, price is always a factor when going for your next desktop, may it be an upgrade or you simply wanna switch. Apple took this step w/o compromising its known legacy in producing world-class products that already became the standard for others to follow.

The new generation iMac
new Apple iMac 2014. Photo from Apple.com
The new iMac

21-inch iMac specifications:

  • 1.4 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor Turbo Boost Speeds up to 2.7 GHz(also available in 2.7 and 29. Quad-core Intel i5 CPUs)
  • Intel HD 5000 video graphics
  • 8GB RAM
  • 500GB HDD(alternative storage options: 1TB hard drive/ 1TB Fusion Drive / 256GB flash storage)
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi
  • Ports:  2 Thunderbolt ports &  4 USB 3.0 ports
  • Preloaded with OS X (Maverick)
This iMac is preloaded with OS X, but will get the Yosemite treat once it becomes available. Just like the iPhone 5s this new iMac though considered entry-level get the proprietary Mac applications like iLife and iWork. iLife includes iMovie, Garageband and iPhoto. While iWork includes Pages, Number and Keynote

iMac G3
We're actually looking forward that one day Apple will revive the concept of iMac(iMac G3) back in '98, not the speed and power though, it will be like a travel back to the past. We are looking into those colors that you can choose from as stock casing for the new iMac(s), just like what is being offer for iTouch series and iPhone 5c. 

However, since stick-ons and vinyls became widely available, we can personalise it whenever we want without getting bored with one color.

The entry level 21-inch iMac is will be available for $1099 USD, which is less than PHP 49,000.00 before tax.

It's already available through your local(PH) Apple store. The 21-inch iMac's price starts at 56,990. Subject to change once you personalize the specifications based from your choice. 

Do you still remember your first Imac? Post your pictures here, or tag your pics through our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram channels.

See how the iMac evolved throughout the years:

iMac through the years
Photo from lowendmac.com


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