Over the years, the iMac has gone from bubbly and colorful to slim and shiny. It’s always looked good and has been reasonably compelling, but Apple’s latest 27-inch widescreen iMac with edge-to-edge glass takes the new iMac from cool to downright desirous.
Apple has opened its gorgeous new retail store on New York’s Upper West Side today. It boasts an all-glass arched roof, and Apple says the street level of the new store offers more Macs, iPods, and iPhones than any store in the world.
At first glance, Apple’s latest updates to the low-end white polycarbonate MacBook might seem like a fresh coat of paint and some new tires, but pop the hood and it’s clear that Apple has reengineered the $999 entry Mac notebook.
The new Mac OS X will ship in September for just $29.