Apple says all iMacs to use latest Intel chips

Apple confirms it is powering all its computers with Intel's new dual processor chips

Apple on Wednesday said its entire line of iMac computers would use faster microprocessors from Intel, and the company introduced a $999 model of its popular PC line.

Apple also said it would offer a new 24-inch iMac in addition to its existing 17-inch and 20-inch models. IMac prices now range from $999 for a 17-inch model to $1,999 for the new 24-inch computer.

All iMacs now have Intel's Core 2 Duo processors, delivering up to 50 percent faster performance than previous iMacs, the company said. Apple said the new line starts shipping on Wednesday.

IBM

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