Apple (AAPL) watchers have been expecting the company to release Retina display iMacs for months.
When Apple shut down its online store briefly to refresh the iMac line, most people were caught off guard when no Retina iMacs appeared — instead, there was a cheaper, new iMac going for $1099, a savings of $200 compared to the previous lowest entry level model (that one now becomes the mid-range option).
Visually, the iMac released on June 18 seems identical to the more expensive 21.5-inch models Apple sells. So what’s the difference? Is this new iMac a bargain, or has Apple cut corners somewhere to get the price down?
Read our new iMac review to find out.