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I am amazed to see an Apple iMac. How is it possible to have all hardware within the size of LCD Screen?

What kind of magic does Apple use?

DVD-ROM, Screen, Hard Disk, Processor, Motherboard ???

I want to know "how they are implemented physically?"

It means like a figure as follow.

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Can someone explain about Apple's hardware? (like here is processor, & here is harddisk & so on).

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

I'll just assume you're talking about an iMac. Maybe this is what you're looking for?

iMac 20" Teardown

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Thanks for your kind help. Nice information in given link. – Sagar R. Kothari Aug 20 '09 at 17:33

This might answer it. Disassembled iMac

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Thanks for your kind help. Nice information in given link. – Sagar R. Kothari Aug 20 '09 at 17:34

They're using notebook parts, which are designed to fit in a smaller space than desktop parts. This allows them to put a lot in a small amount of space, but it comes at the price of expandability and cost.

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Mac OS X Leopard is an operating System and not a computer. If you want a look at the hardware used in a Mac made by Apple Inc. you can check out sites such as Kodawarisan

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