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Apple iMac: Suffering from Yellow Screen Again?

Written on August 13, 2010 by Charles Bass

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It seems that Apple isn't learning from past mistakes.

The phenomena of Apple lives on, but as they begin to reach climax once again with the iPhone 4, news are flooding once again. The reason? The yellowish-screen issues for their tradition of iMacs.

For that issue, Apple seems to forget that this made them down before. Apple said that they already resolved the problem last February, with the previous iMac respectively. But as we see it they forgot the lesson learned in the previous issues.

Given that majority of its users are assuring us that there are “no problems” with regards to the new iMac. There are even 80% of MacRumors users participating in a poll given by the website. Saying that the new 27-inch model is yellow-free, with all the glorious crystal quality. This might be the reason why Apple is ignoring the hysteria.

But there would be no smoke, if there is no flame, Apple.

We assure you, we would give you updates with regards to the issue.

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Review: Apple with Core i3, i5 and i7 for iMac

Written on August 08, 2010 by Charles Bass

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See how Apple iMacs with “Nehalem” Core i3, i5 Dual and Quad Core CPUs and Core i7 Quad Core can do.

The most recent iMacs advanced Apple’s consumers by launching its “Nehalem” Core i3, i5 Dual and Quad Core CPUs and Core i7 Quad Core options. Throwing away Core 2 Duos which were used on the previous of iMacs they developed.

The newest processors for the system has a 3GHz territory, which has a range of 3.06 or 3.2GHz Core i3 or 3.6GHz Core i5 options on the 21.5 inch model (each with 4MB of L3 cache), or a 3.2GHz Core i3 or 2.6GHz Core i5 (both with 4MB of L3 cache) or a Quad Core 2.8GHz i5 or Quad Core 2.93GHz Core i7 (both with 8MB of L3 cache) on the 27 inch model.

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