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  It's better than the last display which was very decent.  Damn fine display.  Not bad for a display they're giving away for 'free' (*stifles a laugh....Apple 'give' stuff away...bwah..ahahahahahah....)   The only way to get a better display is a retina...for fork out big bucks.  For a prosumer to Pro range machine...this display seems to be enjoyed by the best part of 1 million buyers.  Are the displays in Apple laptops inferior as well?   ;)   Lemon Bon Bon.
Back in the Blue and White G3 days you were still talking way in excess of the top end iMac if you added a monitor as well.  That was when Apple tower machines were sane.   Lemon Bon Bon.
  Exactly.   Lemon Bon Bon.
  Some interesting arguments here.   iMac profitable?  *look what happened when they didn't have any to sell and Apple missed projections. :P   *look at the entry specs of the iMac.  21 inch monitor (how much for Apple to buy in bulk?), cheap ass 1 TB HD?  640M in entry machine?  No DVD?  Entry price?   £1099 inc vat?   They don't make a profit on this i5 wonder? :P   3 times the cost of any entry PC...   Apple?  Not make a profit on what they sell?   ROFLMAO.   Want a...
:P   Rob, I'm an honoury Power Mac Clone owner or was.  Back in '97.  (*Grizzled vet voice...)   Starting price?  £2000 then.  With add ons and Monitor took me up to 4k...and that was before I got me an Adobe suite...   So...even though I have the flagship iMac...there's a tower owner that looks longingly at the new Mac Pro.   Apple aint my friend when they ass rape my wallet on upsell...or f*ck me over with £2045 inc vat for a crappy quad core with lame gpu in a big...
Top post Wizard.   Apple have broadened the appeal of the Pro by emptying what 80% of Pro users didn't use (big empty box...) and allowing the '5%' to add what they want externally without forcing their wallet onto the 'impoverished' solo artist's budget. Lemon Bon Bon.
I'd have thought a Mini with i7 and SSD would be all the photoshop/aperture machine you'd ever need.   Lemon Bon Bon.
  Six core chips.  Hmm.  That sounds nice.  With the improvements in GPU the iMac has been seeing in the last few years...and a possible '4k' screen at some point next year (?) it adds up to a potential kick ass iMac...especially with the new PCIe SSD?   I'd just love a retina screen on the iMac.  Add six core, SSD as standard (boo for paying for Fusion as extra...) and another bone crunching GPU on the top end...and I'd be looking at it.   Whether you like AIO design of...
  True.   Lemon Bon Bon.
  Good post.  Sound reasoning.  Population delta.  Works for both young and the old.   I'm not ancient but the iPhone's 4 inch screen seems an inch too small.   Keep the current 4 inch as the Nano.  Add a 5 inch -ish screen '+' model.   Lemon Bon Bon. 
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