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  • n. Plural form of iMac.

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Examples

  • I forget how deceptively heavy the iMacs are and how sharp those edges are – couple that with some light rain and the screen covered by two small garbage bags and it was a dicey proposition getting there but it made it safe and sound.

    No Mac for me! : #comments

  • The viewing angle seems to be the same as the previous iMacs, which is good; there's no noticeable color shift when looking at an angle.

    Macworld

  • The iMacs are a nice bump in spec plus as I understand it a drop in price.

    The Mac Observer

  • New to all the iMacs is the introduction of LED backlit displays.

    TidBITS: Mac News for the Rest of Us

  • The iMacs are a bit insane - they start at 21.5 "1920x1080 displays and go up to 27"

    The Tech Report: News

  • Most rumors focus on upgrades to existing products such as iMacs and Mac

    CNN.com

  • Both use the IPS display technology used previously only on high-end iMacs, meaning both systems have good color fidelity and a 178-degree viewing angle without color shift.

    Netflash

  • Starting with his brightly coloured iMacs, Jobs went on to launch hit after hit transformed personal computing.

    Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder, dies at 56

  • At home, sure, but also on our iPhones or our Droids, our iPads or our HP tablets, on our office iMacs and on the train using our Dell laptops.

    The Stir: Sony Tries to Steal iTunes and Pandora Internet Music Action

  • Apple introduces new iMacs, Mac Minis - USATODAY. com

    Apple introduces new iMacs, Mac Minis

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