Back in October a growing gaggle of users started to complain about issues with their new 27" iMac. The iMacs, which had just been launched earlier this Fall, were in some cases being shipped dead-on-arrival to the customer. Others just suffered from problems that ranged from hard-drive spin down to slow Flash playback. Apple dealt with the damaged machines in their usual prompt fashion. Unfortunately, Boy Genius reports that this headache may not yet be over for Apple. Several Apple retailers have stopped shipping their 27" iMacs, shelving them for 2 weeks until Apple fixes the problem. The good news is, Apple may now have a handle on just what is causing all of this trouble. It's believed that the ATI graphics cards are malfunctioning. Current expected ship time for a 27" iMac is 2 weeks, which means Christmas orders are somewhat unlikely to arrive in time. Our fingers are crossed for those of you eagerly awaiting a new iMac, though.
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