Thoughts on the new iMacs
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- I love my iMac and desktops are great for working, not just media consumption. Apple needs to keep the iMac line.Dec 28, 2012
- wow, getting rid of your wife is one thing but getting rid of your of your MB Pros is very drastic.... ;-)Dec 28, 2012
- hahaha! My grammar is all over the place, it's Christmas! Thank god for the edit button.Dec 28, 2012
- Nothing more than a paid advertisement for Apple. You can send Siegler a bag full of crap and if it has an Apple logo on it he will give it high praise. I'm pretty sure if he received a Surface Tablet made to look like an Apple device he would be yelling from the mountain tops how great it was.Dec 30, 2012
- Nathan, what did I post that is misinformation?
This same message is posted on the Apple page:
Dear iMac owner,
Apple has determined that certain 1TB Seagate hard drives used in 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac systems may fail. These systems were sold between October 2009 and July 2011.
Our records show that you have an iMac with an affected 1TB Seagate hard drive. Apple will replace your hard drive with a new one, free of charge, under the iMac 1TB Seagate Hard Drive Replacement Program.
Please choose one of the following options to get a replacement hard drive.
Apple Retail Store - Set up an appointment with a Genius.
Apple Authorized Service Provider - Find one here.
Apple Technical Support - Contact us for local service options.
Apple recommends replacing your affected hard drive as soon as possible. Before you go in for service, please back up your data. Learn more about backup options.
You will need to have the original Mac OS installation discs that were shipped with your iMac in order to reinstall your operating system, other applications, and any backed up data after your hard drive is replaced.
This worldwide Apple program does not extend the standard warranty coverage of the iMac.
Apple will replace affected 1TB Seagate hard drives, free of charge, for three years from your iMac’s original date of purchase or until April 12, 2013, whichever provides longer coverage for you. Apple will continue to evaluate service data and provide extensions to this program as needed.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Apple Inc.Dec 31, 2012
- He changed the article, will you look at that.Dec 31, 2012