A trimmed-down, amped-up new iMac


CNET Editors’ Rating

4.0 stars – Excellent


The good: A thin new design and a competitive, logical set of core component updates keep Apple’s top-end iMac on elite ground.
The bad: The lack of HDMI input is frustrating, and Apple’s continued reluctance to add a touch screen may bother some.
The bottom line: Apple sticks to the fundamentals with the new iMac, relying on design, strong features, and overall polish to maintain its leadership among high-end all-in-ones.

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About Author

Candice writes for several publications, including The Christian Post, Red State, The Black Sphere and Patriot Update. She is the Science & Tech Editor at the Minority Report Blog and the founder and Editor-in-Chief at Front Lines. She's also the founder of Candice Lanier's Tech News and works as a computer consultant. Additionally, Candice is an antiques dealer.

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