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Huzzah! The M1 iMac still uses the classic iMac adhesive—it's not quite the goopy iPad nightmare that we feared. We don't love glued-together desktops—but if you insist, then this sort of split-friendly foam adhesive has been our go-to recommendation since we first encountered it in the 2012 iMac. It carves open easily with our handy-dandy cutting wheel. It's not all familiar though. The surprisingly shallow cutting action is disconcertingly bumpy—fortunately, our pizza cutter is just rolling over a series of protective plastic screw posts, nothing delicate.
  • Huzzah! The M1 iMac still uses the classic iMac adhesive—it's not quite the goopy iPad nightmare that we feared.

  • We don't love glued-together desktops—but if you insist, then this sort of split-friendly foam adhesive has been our go-to recommendation since we first encountered it in the 2012 iMac. It carves open easily with our handy-dandy cutting wheel.

  • It's not all familiar though. The surprisingly shallow cutting action is disconcertingly bumpy—fortunately, our pizza cutter is just rolling over a series of protective plastic screw posts, nothing delicate.

  • Unlike on past iMacs, it has a single piece of glass—no metal chin to block access to internals. Good slack in the cables and no booby traps!

  • We can't wait to take a look at those radiator-looking bits—could they be speaker chambers?

Hourra ! L'iMac M1 utilise toujours l'adhésif classique pour iMac. Ce n'est donc pas tout à fait le cauchemar iPad-esque que nous craignions.

Nous n'aimons pas les ordinateurs de bureau enduits de colle, mais si vous insistez, cette sorte de mousse adhésive facile à couper est celle que nous recommandons depuis que nous l'avons croisée la première fois dans l'iMac 2012. Nous avons une roulette fort pratique pour la découper.

Cependant, tout n'est pas familier. Notre action de découpe étonne par sa courte durée et ses cahots. Heureusement, notre outil roule sur une série de protège-vis en plastique, rien de fragile.

Contrairement aux iMac précédents, une vitre d'une pièce protège les composants internes, pas de métal. Les nappes ont du jeu et il n'y a pas de guet-apens !

Nous sommes impatients de jeter un œil à ces trucs aux allures de radiateurs. S'agirait-il de caisses de résonance ?

[* black] Huzzah! The M1 iMac still uses the classic iMac adhesive—it's not quite the goopy iPad nightmare that we feared.
[* icon_note] We don't love glued-together desktops—but if you ''insist'', then this sort of split-friendly foam adhesive has been our go-to recommendation since we first encountered it in the [guide|11936|2012 iMac]. It carves open easily with our [product|IF145-219-4|handy-dandy cutting wheel].
[* black] It's not all familiar though. The surprisingly shallow cutting action is disconcertingly bumpy—fortunately, our pizza cutter is just rolling over a series of protective plastic screw posts, nothing delicate.
-[* black] [guide|136237|Unlike on past iMacs|stepid=271088], it has a single piece of glass no metal chin to block access to internals. Good slack in the cables and no booby traps!
+[* black] [guide|136237|Unlike on past iMacs|stepid=271088], it has a single piece of glassno metal chin to block access to internals. Good slack in the cables and no booby traps!
[* icon_note] We can't wait to take a look at those radiator-looking bits—could they be speaker chambers?

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