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Monday, October 14, 2013
Cheaper iMacs Coming Next Year: report


An analyst claims that Apple is set to introduce a budget line of all-in-one desktop computers and that it is also considering notebooks with 12-inch screens.

Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, who has a formidable track record, claims that Apple is looking to boost its PC market share by developing a range of affordable desktop computers.

The cheapest iMac is currently priced at $1299.

Ming-Chi Kuo also believes that 2014 will see the launch of a cheaper iPad Mini, which may well follow in the multi-colored footsteps of the current iPhone 5C. It will launch beside a sixth-generation full-size iPad with 40 percent greater pixel density.

Meanwhile in terms of notebooks, Apple is reportedly planning a 12-inch ultra-portable model that will combine the best elements of the MacBook Air and the Retina Display MacBook.

Apple is also expected to unveiled the fifth-generation iPad and second-generation iPad Mini at a special event later this month.



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