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Apple Drops The Price Of iMacs, Makes 'Em Super Glossy

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Photos from Engadget's liveblog of the Apple press conference

As expected, Apple debuted its new line of iMacs today. In the words of the company's fearless leader, the computers "will come in two sizes: 20-inch display, and 24-inch display. Both will be glossy. Customers say they love glossy displays." Yes! Other good news: Jobs has dropped the price of the 24-inch iMac by $200 (it's now $1,800) and has released a less-expensive 20-inch for $1,200 (which will be available alongside a more souped-up $1,500 version). All in all, it's a good time to switch from PC to Mac, people. The wait for a cheaper iPhone continues.
· Live from Apple's summer Mac product press conference [Engadget]
· Sweet New iMacs May Be Announced Today [Racked]