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It’s 2021 and Apple is [link|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMac_G3|repeating history], bringing color (and life, maybe?) back to their desktop computers. These vibrant iMacs are the latest to inherit the smash-hit M1 chip, and with it comes a bold new redesign. Despite our years of iPad repair experience telling us not to mess with this impossibly thin machine, we know we must. ''For science''. That’s right, it’s time for a teardown! [ … ] For more teardown and repair action, check out our [link|https://www.youtube.com/user/iFixitYourself|YouTube channel], our [link|http://instagram.com/ifixit|Instagram], and our [link|https://twitter.com/ifixit|Twitter]. Or, to get your iFixit fix right in your digital mailbox, subscribe to our [link|https://ifixit.activehosted.com/f/3|newsletter].
Summary
TeardownAn iFixit teardown of Apple's iMac M1 24" onM1 iMac, in which we cross our fingers and hope this thing isn't as iPad-like as it looks. Published May 24, 2021.
TeardownAn iFixit teardown of Apple's iMac M1 24" onM1 iMac, in which we cross our fingers and hope this thing isn't as iPad-like as it looks. Published May 24, 2021.