According to the news over Internet, Apple is likely to launch new iMacs today but we aren’t still sure if this is going to happen as we’ve found any authentic news pertaining to the same matter. Anyways, Appleinside.com has already stated that according to their sources, the new iMac would probably have a Sandy Bridge and will be featuring company’s newest technology called ‘thunderbolt’ even though there is still only some handful drives available for this platform.
Let’s suppose if iMacs are released in the forth coming week then this would probably the first time that a company will be updating the range for over nine months and it is likely to give some boost to them before Mac OS X Lion is released in the summer.
Also, it will be first major roll out for Intel’s latest Sandy bridge processor that was announced early in January.
The new iMac launching date controversy also follows up a rumour that Apple will also be launching a new Thunderbolt capable Macbook Air models in June as the company has started to move its product line to assist the new port.
Macbook Pros with Thunderbolt capability have already been placed on the racks of Apple stores.