New iMac disassembled

Written by Joe Martin

August 9, 2007 | 12:46

Tags: #engadget #imac #interior #mac #open #ripped #steve-jobs

Companies: #apple

You may have to excuse the amount of evil laughter in this article, but as PC users born and bred, it's a rare and wonderful joy when we see one of Steve Jobs' bastard children being ripped apart for the useless junk it is.

Okay, okay - that is just friendly prejudice and Apple isn't really all that bad, but we were still glad to see what's inside the new, fourth-generation iMac.

Enter Kodawarisan, a Japanese site which has taken apart a new iMac ever-so-carefully just so that we, Internet freaks, can satisfy our raging curiosity.

As usual, it's nothing actually ground-breaking and the iMac still incorporates all the usual PC hardware - DVD burner, SATA drive, etc. - but as Engadget points out, it's still fascinating just to see how Apple has crammed all of it into such a small shell.

Kodawarisan has got the full image set, but we've got a fistful of the most important images below to give you the general idea of what lays on the other side of the fence.

In the mean time, you can head over to the forums to let us know just what you think of Mac computers as a whole and exactly why they always have to be so damn stylish and sexy.

The original iMac / the cover removed

The guts / main heatpipe

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