11 Facts About Mac computers


The current Mac lineup includes the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops, and the iMac, Mac mini, Mac Studio and Mac Pro desktop computers.

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The iMac computers did away with the SCSI and proprietary ADB connectors, in favor of two USB ports.

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However, the iMac computers's bundled USB Mouse was widely criticized for its non-traditional "hockey puck" shape.

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IMac computers's aesthetic was applied to the new Power Mac computers G3 "Blue and White" in 1998, and the iBook in 1999, which completed Apple's four-product computer lineup.

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In November 2012, the iMac computers was redesigned to feature significantly thinner side edges, faster processors, and the removal of the SuperDrive.

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IMac computers was refreshed with a 5K Retina display in 2014, making it the highest-resolution all-in-one desktop computer at release.

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The iMac computers Pro was revealed at WWDC 2017, with Intel Xeon W processors and Radeon Vega graphics.

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The design of Mac computers products is a major focus of media coverage; for example, the original iMac computers was called "futuristic" and "eye-catching" by the Associated Press, and its ease of use was central to its marketing.

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The Mac computers is the only mainstream computer platform to have successfully transitioned to a new CPU architecture, and has done so three times.

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Apple offers many accessories for the Mac computers, including the Studio Display and Pro Display XDR external monitors, AirPods Pro and AirPods Max headphones, and peripherals like the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, and the multi-touch Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse.

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Apple has developed several apps for the Mac computers, including Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, iWork, GarageBand and iMovie.

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