“When Steve Jobs introduced Apple’s new iMac in January 2002, the spotlight was focused entirely on the physical architecture of the first mainstream computer that fully defied the term ‘box’. The new iMac is a white dome with a flat screen that floats on the end of a chrome arm. It looks like a cross between a Luxo lamp and a makeup mirror. Jobs called it ‘the best thing we’ve ever done'”. Read the rest of the MacOSX review at LinuxJournal.