Why would Apple stop manufacturing iMacs with CD-ROMs?
I see the new iMacs that have been released no longer have a CD/ DVD drive. I also see that the new screen is incredibly small and thin, but it is worth the change to not offer a common drive? Since I still work with quite a few CD/DVD client this would deter me from even considering the purchase.
Any one else have thoughts why they would think this is beneficial?
CD-ROMs have been with us for many years. It has become an important accessory in computer services. Will it become obsolete? What factors will lead to it becoming outdated? Will it still be advantageous for us to use it today? read more
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