iMac

  1. Reasons to buy a refurbished iMac 27” in 2021

    Apple iMac A2115 27" 2019 5K 3.6GHz i9-9900k 8 Core
    To the sound of virtual trumpets, Apple released their new flagship iMac 24” for pre-order on April 30th 2021. It comes with the new (much vaunted) M1 chip. It looks to have many welcome improvements all around – aside from the all new chip, new design and fruity colours. I won’t go into the details here - you can find all that elsewhere should you wish (and it isn’t the point of this blog!). It is undoubtedly a gorgeous, superfast machine, and the 27” (and rumoured 32” models) will undoubtedly follow soon. Happy days.
  2. Which iMac is the best for your home office?

    Apple iMac 27" A1419 (5K Mid-2017) Retina i5-7600K 3.8GHz, 8GB RAM, 2TB Fusion
    There is no doubt that, post pandemic, more and more of us will be spending at least part of our lives working from home. In truth, things were going this way before Covid reared it’s ugly head, but lockdown has accelerated the need for home office environments.
  3. How to migrate data between Macs

    Apple iMac 27" A2115 (5K 2019) Retina i5-8500 3GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB SSHD
    It’s best to think of replacing your existing Mac as moving house – hopefully not as traumatic, but it’s a half decent analogy! How big is your house, who lives there, what do you use it for and how much stuff do you have (and how much stuff do you want to take with you)? Like your house, your Mac may have accumulated piles of redundant data you can’t even remember, and equally have things in it that you use every day that you just take for granted. So how do you use it?
  4. How to identify my iMac

    Apple iMac Pro 18 Core 2.3GHz, 128GB RAM, 1TB SSD Late-2017

    How do I identify which model of iMac I have? We compiled easy to use guide to help you out!