This brand new iMac 27″ showed up from Apple here at MacMedics a few days ago. We heard a weird noise coming from inside the box. It took us a second to figure out what was going on. See our video from YouTube for the details and the answer:
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Apple has determined that a very small number of Seagate 1TB hard drives used in 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac systems, may fail under certain conditions. These systems were sold between May 2011 and July 2011. Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP) will replace affected hard drives free of charge. Apple may contact you […]
Today Apple announced updates to the iMac line. Key features include: -Intel Core i5 quad-core processors standard in all configurations for up to 1.7 times the performance of the previous generation iMac -All-new AMD Radeon HD graphics and GDDR5 memory across the line deliver up to 3 times the graphics performance of the previous generation […]
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MacMedics Frequently Asked Macintosh Service Questions: How Safe Is My Time Machine Back Up?
We had a new MacMedics client call us on the phone and then come by the office with their sick iMac. The complaint was the unit was super slow. Right away I’m thinking a bad hard drive. The client tended to agree with me. The iMac fits our profile for hard drive “retirement” anyways since […]
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MacMedics Frequently Asked Macintosh Service Questions: Is The Power Mac G5 Still Suitable For Designers?
The Power Mac G5 is really pretty much over in terms of being powerful enough for someone who is doing professional design work. We have very few clients left still doing professional design work on G5’s. Some of the more recent Power Mac G5’s are “okay” for some use, but at this point, it’s really […]
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MacMedics Frequently Asked Macintosh Service Questions: iMac Hard Drive Upgrades
MacMedics Frequently Asked Macintosh Service Questions What is the cost for upgrading an iMac hard drive through an Apple Authorized Service Provider? In most cases if your current drive is healthy enough for a large data transfer, and your data is backed up, MacMedics can perform this popular service for $150 plus the cost of […]