Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 4th Dec 2012 00:01 UTC
Apple "Apple may be taking some of the burden of assembling the new iMac off Chinese supply partners by performing parts of assembly in the U.S., as a number of newly-purchased standard units are showing an 'Assembled in USA' notation usually reserved for made-to-order machines." Cool. You'd think we'd have more information on this than the article contains, but alas.
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UltraZelda64
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2006-12-05

"Assembled in USA" aka Still made in china, just modified in the US to what you ordered.

Most likely 100% true but still a step above what we usually have here in the U.S. to buy. The usual garbage is, "100% made in China, assembled in China." In other words: All work outsourced to China. f*** our own United States workers, eh?

Edited 2012-12-04 09:22 UTC

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