According to Belgium-iPhone.Lesoir.be (via MacRumors), Apple’s new thinner iMacs are set to go on sale tomorrow, with 21.5″ models to hit resellers, while the 27″ model will still arrive in December. Also, both models are set to arrive in the online Apple Store for ordering.
MacRumors claims tipsters have told them new iMacs are coming tomorrow morning, while 9to5Mac separately reports Apple Store managers were reportedly briefed on iMacs coming in as soon as tomorrow.
As for whispers locally, our own tipster notes Apple Store shipping manifests reflect three new part numbers, which could hint at the 21.5″ iMac based on three configurations (two regular, one custom), with others are also hearing the LTE iPad mini would arrive as well.
As for the official new iMac arrival? Apple noted the times at their iPad mini keynote, but their website also reminds us of the following:
21.5-inch starting at $1299. Coming in November. 27-inch starting at $1799. Coming in December.
We’re into the last week of November. Let’s hope everything is on schedule as planned by Apple.
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