It’s only been a few weeks since the first shipments of Apple’s new M1-powered 24”iMac hit doorsteps around the globe and iFixit has already shared a detailed teardown that takes an inside look at what Apple has managed to pack inside the ridiculously thin all-in-one desktop computer.
As has become custom with recent iFixit teardowns, we get an X-ray view of the iMac’s insides thanks to Creative Electron.
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