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[* black] Our midrange unit comes with two Thunderbolt 4 ports and two regular USB-C ports. That's double the base model, but not much for a desktop. Maybe there's room internally for expansion?
[* 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] The circular power port looks like something out of [link|https://guide-images.cdn.ifixit.com/igi/mTGMD2DrWvVAo6ME.full|the Matrix|new_window=true]. Better take this iMac apart quick, before it learns kung fu.
[* black] The foot features a new model number: A2438 plus the unique EMC 3663, and touts "Made in Thailand."
[* icon_reminder] Historically iMacs were assembled in China, while a few were [guide|11936|built|stepid=42486|new_window=true] [guide|30260|in the|stepid=70935|new_window=true] [guide|92170|States|stepid=172297|new_window=true]. China may be on the outs due to recent tensions (and tariffs).
[* icon_reminder] Historically iMacs were assembled in China, while a few were [guide|11936|built|stepid=42486|new_window=true] [guide|30260|in the|stepid=70935|new_window=true] [guide|92170|States|stepid=172297|new_window=true]. China may be on the outs due to recent tensions (and tariffs).
[* black] The M1 iMac is two iPads thin—[link|https://twitter.com/MKBHD/status/1384578916350836736|not deep enough|new_window=true] for a headphone jack, so iMac turned its jack sideways to fit.