Apple packs more pixels into its smallest iMac

The 21.5-inch Apple iMac all-in-one steps up to a 4K display.



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Apple packs more pixels into its smallest iMac
The flagship device in Apple’s just-updated late-2015 iMac line is the configuration reviewed here, stepping up to a gorgeous 21.5-inch 4K resolution display and starting at $1,499 in the US. READ MORE »
Laura K. Cucullu
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