The iMac Guide

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By: switchtoamac at: 11:08 AM on August 28, 2007 | Comments (2)
Our iMac Guide has been updated to reflect the new models released on August 7, 2007.  The guide offers an overview of the iMac, its features, new aluminum design, options, features, and more.  There's also a description of what you can do with the iMac in addition to buying advice.  Be sure to check it out.

We also have guides for the MacBook, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and Mac mini.  The Switch To A Mac Guides are a great starting point for switchers and anyone who would like to learn more about Macs and Mac OS X.

You can find a full list of our guides at the guides archive.

2 Reader Comments

Is it true that if a want to add certain upgrades to an iMac 24 inch computer that I must do this online. I really prefer going to an Apple store to talk to somebody and order the iMac from the store. What seems to be the problem in doing it my way? I am waiting for 10.5 to appear before I buy it. Thank you.


To put it simply, yes. Just visit an Apple Store ask an associate your questions and then place your order. The Apple Store often only stocks models that are preconfigured as found on the Apple Store web site. Note however they sometimes stock "upgraded" models with more memory. This is often the case for the MacBook Pro models.

You can customize your iMac to your exact specifications. Just note that according to the Apple Store policies, a customized Mac cannot be returned. So keep this in mind.

After you choose the model with the processor speed you want, you can customize such as :

- Memory
- Hard drive
- Keyboard and Mouse sets
- Pre-installed Apple software applications

Good luck with your purchase and thanks for your question.

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