Summary: A possible great product loses 2 stars from me. The first because I've spent the past 2 weeks looking for a non-existent pound sign rather than $ on the keyboard. I thought I was shopping on the Amazon UK site for heavens sake !
Summary: I bought my 24" Imac 4 years ago for music editing using Logic. For this and for Garageband it is brilliant, or would be except for an intermittent mains hum. People keep telling me this is a mains loop but the problem persisted when I moved house, changed mixing desks, and moved to a usb audio...
Summary: I have to admit it is very good computer but design no, you have to be very careful not to put a SD Card into the DVD drive as I have found to my cost,you have to turn the bloody thing round every time you put a USB cable in and as I am disabled this is very irritating.
Summary: I recently purchased an iMac and have been pleased with except for one major problem, after several minutes of inactivity my iMac drops the wifi signal. I thought maybe it was a problem with my settings so i contacted Apple support and although they tried a few things were unable to resolve the...
Summary: Impressive piece of kit but unless you lock into the Apple language, it is a tad frustrating to deal with at times. Some use of plain English would help! Maybe it will grow on me with time, or maybe not.
Summary: Need to spend more time at the genius bar in local Apple Store. Perhaps I should have bought the machine there? Difficulty in downloading important software.My old hemispherical iMac was so much simpler.
Summary: Pros:- Unbelievable! I have been a computer engineer since before the PC was born, and personally put together some remarkably powerfull boxes, huge memories, solid state drives and all that. This is just pure quality, and a pleasure to use.
Summary: ... but there are niggles. I'm finding that OSX is not intuitive, after years of using Microsoft, and I'm struggling to work out how to use the various utility apps, despite the so-called "help" function.