Some may find Apple's new iMac to be a particularly attractive all-in-one thanks to its 5mm edge, but it's hard not to be curious as to how everything has been pieced together inside the new chassis. That's where iFixit steps in, and the website has just published its full teardown of the new machine — with its typical quirky humor and focus on repairability. Unsurprisingly, the iMac doesn't score high marks for ease of accessibility, with its hard drive and RAM hidden behind the logic board and glued-on, fused LCD, but then again, all-in-ones have never served tinkerers too well.
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