I guess there are metal strips glued to the back (on the edges, of course). All it takes is a decent suction cup to remove the glass.BTW, since when glass can be hold by a magnet ?, Maybe the galss used to shield cars againt bullets... but I doubt they will use that in the iMac, no ?, may be it has a metallic frame (iron alloy) ?
Well? There ya go.
so apple just moved the location of the magnet for the remote, im not sure if you can stick the remote along any portion of the black border, i guess putting it there is easier to get then with it along the side of the imac.Well? There ya go.
I figured if it was strong enough to hold the glass on, it should be able to secure the remote.
The magnetic permeability of aluminium is 1. The same as air (and most plastics). I think Apple decided that the remote just didn't look right sitting on the iMac.Nope. It's goneski. I guess the aluminium case would sufficiently shield any magnet underneath it so it wouldn't work any way. Bit of a bugger though - it was a neat feature with the old iMacs.
I'd like to know where on the imac you got it to stick? It doesn't work on my 24 inch.You can get it to stick on the black border... Just not very securely.