Apple may introduce a new version of its iMac desktop Tuesday at the Seybold publishing conference in San Francisco.
Apple has been working on an iMac successor, rumored to feature a larger monitor, significant cosmetic changes and improved audio features. Code-named “C2,” the new machine has been widely expected to make its debut sometime in September and be released in November.
Although iMac’s continue to command a price premium over comparable PCs – Apple’s average selling price is $500 more than the average Windows-based PC – the iMac was the most popular system for the month of June.
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