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[* black] Our midrange unit comes with two Thunderbolt 4 ports and two regular USB-C ports. That's twice as many as the base model, but still slim pickings.
[* icon_note] But hey, if it's color options you're after, you're in luck—there are more of those than there are ports.
[* black] Is it just us or are we about to enter the Matrix? That power port looks eerily similar to a [link|https://guide-images.cdn.ifixit.com/igi/mTGMD2DrWvVAo6ME.full|headjack|new_window=true]. Reality is an illusion!
[* black] Commentary on strength of that magnet(?) connection welcome
[* black] The bottom of the foot has regulatory markings as usual, complete with a new A2438 model number, and a unique identifier of EMC 3663.
[* black] "Made in Thailand" is a change of pace for the iMac, likely due to tariffs in China. The all-in-one has historically been assembled in China, with some recent modelsunits having been built in the States.
[* black] "Made in Thailand" is a change of pace for the iMac, likely due to tariffs in China. The all-in-one has historically been assembled in China, with some recent modelsunits having been built in the States.
[* black] The new iMac is about as thin as two iPads. But unlike those two iPads, Apple didn't forget the headphone jack—it's on the side this time, because [link|https://twitter.com/MKBHD/status/1384578916350836736|the depth of a headphone jack is greater than the iMac's thickness|new_window=true], if you can believe it.