Well, just yesterday we had talked about how Apple might be releasing new iMac's and that ended up happening! The only downside was it wasn't a huge upgrade as we expected, there was no Firewire 1600 or 3200 and no signs of USB 3.0. Although now looking at the iMac's we see that all the chipsets are new from the new Intel core line. Previously the entry model iMac had an Intel Core 2 Duo processor which is now replaced by an i3 instead. That is much better now that, Apple isn't offering outdated technology for the iMac. What also seemed different was the fact that now all the GPU chipsets, are from ATi rather than Nvidia. Well it is known Apple constantly switches around their chipsets. The higher end 27" iMac with an i5 processor features a 1GB ATi GPU, which is excellent for gaming. Not huge updates, but now I think people wanting an iMac should get one, because the components aren't outdated. Pricing remains the same for the most part. Starting at $1199.

The other news was the fact Apple released their new Magic Trackpad and this looks largely like the trackpad's on their Macbook's and Macbook Pro's. Though this one is 80% larger. Most likely this will replace the Magic Mouse, but I am pretty sure Apple will also keep that in their lineup, in case people want a smaller mouse, rather than a trackpad. The overall chassis is aluminum, and glass multi-touch and the pricing is the same as the Magic mouse at $69. It is powered by 2 AA batteries and is bluetooth wireless.

Here is a video clearly explaining about the new iMac's and Magic Trackpad: