I would like to add a speaker in our apartment kitchen and don't want to spend a lot. I would love it to be be under $50 but I don't know if it is available. I want to be able to play music from my iMac, iPhone, or iPad.
Ok, I bought the newest imac 21.5 in november, and i looked for the cds that are suppoosed come with it but never found them. Could it be possible that they never came with it? I never threw out anything that i bought from apple (boxes,papers,wrapping).
I'm exaggerating a little of course... however, I'm wanting to get an iMac soon and it will be my (*ahem* OUR) first ever Mac. I know what I want/ need it for (Garageband among other things), but are there any features/ programs that would be a nice little 'selling point' for my wife (someone who mostly just surfs the web and has used PCs her whole life...)??? -Thanks!
Trying to work out if I can use Target Display Mode with an official Apple Thunderbolt cable between my MacBook Air 11" (2011) and my 21" iMac (2011). Both have Thunderbolt, so just wondering if this works? I had read something about how Target Display Mode was available only on 27" iMacs but I can't find any reference to how it works on the latest 2011 models? Any help much appreciated.
I already own two monitors and a mac wireless keyboard, so I am leaning towards the mini. I don't do any heavy video editing or play games. So I think the Mac Mini will do just fine, but I am still curious what others thing.
I want to get the best performance from my planed upgrade to Lightroom. What is more important RAM of CPU? Should i go for CPU upgrade from the '2.7Ghz i5' to the '2.8Ghz i7' and keep just 4 GB RAM - or - keep the '2.7 Ghz i5' and upgrade the RAM to 8GB? Ideally I would get both, but I need to stick to the budget.