In keeping with a long Apple tradition, the new iMac showcases great visual design. Apple has always had a flair for innovative industrial design. Ever since the introduction of its ‘transparent gumdrop” design in 1998, Apple has been pushing the envelope in combining new designs with great new features that are constantly breaking new ground in modern computer design. Apple’s new all-in-one desktop is no exception. This time, the primary design element is articulated in its incredibly thin monitor design. The screen’s depth measures in at a wafer- thin 5 millimeters at its edge.
Yet the iMac desktop has more going for it than the tghin façade. The screen touts a reduction in glare by 75%. Additionally, the viewing angles have been improved allowing for easier screen sharing capability. With the glass completely flush with the sides, it gives the illusion that there is nothing between the viewer and the picture, similar to an infinity pool where the water seamlessly blends into the horizon.