Apple should unveil a new iMac at its upcoming virtual WWDC event that kicks off June 22.
If you have a Fusion Drive-equipped Mac running macOS Mojave and you've run into Boot Camp issues, then Apple has a quick patch to help iron the issues out.
According to Apple's software engineering head, Craig Federighi, full compatibility with boot support for Mac Fusion Drives is coming soon to Apple File System (APFS).
As suspected, Apple today announced a refresh to its all-in-one desktop, refreshing the 21.5-inch model with a brand spanking new screen with 4K resolution versus a 1080p screen on the previous-generation model.
In addition, the Retina 5K display is now available on every 27-inch iMac as Apple has removed the non-Retina 27-inch models from sale.
The updated all-in-ones come outfitted with more powerful processors and graphics, two Thunderbolt 2 ports and new storage options that make the high-performance Fusion Drive even more affordable.
Last but not least, the Cupertino firm has refreshed its keyboard, mouse and trackpad accessories with rechargeable batteries, Bluetooth 4.0 networking and more, with the Magic Trackpad 2 featuring Force Touch technology.
Apple announced an amazing looking new iMac that's incredibly thinner than the previous generation version.
The new iMac use a new build process called fricton stir welding, where the actual molecules of the aluminum are merged together to make a single piece. Apple also laminated the display directly to the glass to yield a 45% thinner display system.
The optical drive is also removed for added space savings. The new iMacs will come in both 21.5" and 27" versions...