Earlier this month Apple unveiled a brand new iMac range that changes a few things up, but is pretty much the same as the previous one.

Despite that, there are some changes inside of the iMac, which iFixit pointed out in their tear down earlier today.

The interesting thing about this tear down is that it is the first iMac that has a modular CPU since 2012 and it is the first iMac that has expandable memory since 2013.

That’s pretty interesting, however, it does not mean that upgrades to those components will be easy for the average user, in fact, iFixit say that it is very difficult to do so and so they gave it a poor average score.

Check out the video below for a full breakdown.

You can hit up the source link below to read the full tear down and to check out what iFixit thinks about the new design.

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