Apple's obsession with thin design has made the new M1-powered iMac less useful by removing ports and making it virtually impossible to replace components (Geoffrey Fowler/Washington Post)

Apple's obsession with thin design has made the new M1-powered iMac less useful by removing ports and making it virtually impossible to replace components (Geoffrey Fowler/Washington Post)




Geoffrey Fowler / Washington Post:

Apple’s obsession with thin design has made the new M1-powered iMac less useful by removing ports and making it virtually impossible to replace components  —  A half-inch desktop computer shows how Apple’s obsession with thin design can work against us  —  Apple’s newly redesigned iMac measures just 0.45 inches thick.





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