iMac

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Introduction of the iMac in 1998 as a departure from Apple's usual clear, colored plastic hardware.

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Evolution of the iMac's hardware design over the years, including the introduction of the aluminum unibody form in 2009.

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The recent redesign of the iMac with the addition of the M1 processor, resulting in a thinner and lighter model with a range of color options.

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Speculation about the possibility of a larger iMac model with M3 processors and high-end features.

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Changes to the iMac's appearance and functionality, including the reduction of the chin, the addition of a Touch ID button on the keyboard, and the placement of ports and the headphone jack.

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Discontinuation of older iMac models and the introduction of the 24-inch iMac, Mac Studio, and Studio Display.

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Updates to the iMac's accessories, such as the Magic Mouse, keyboard, and trackpad.

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Historical overview of the iMac's evolution from its introduction in 1998 to the present day, including the transition from plastic to metal designs and the introduction of the M1 chip.

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