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A new piece of fruit has dropped off the Apple tree. The company has just released a "more powerful" version of their popular iMac. The computers are faster (at speeds up to 3.06GHz, if that makes sense to you), they've got more memory, and they leap buildings in a single bound. Of course, the gadgets are the same skinny size and made of the same shiny aluminum and glass Mac fanatics have grown to love. And, they can be yours for a pittance! The 20-inch starts at $1,199; the 24-inch at $1,799. Pity the folks that just bought the old models.
· iMac [Apple.com]
· Apple Updates iMac [Apple PR]