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Apple issues critical alert for iMac G5 owners

Don't move your machine until you've read this

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It's generally accepted that Mac users are more tech savvy, more attractive to the opposite sex and just plain more intelligent than the average computer user. Or so we thought.

It appears, though, that some iMac G5 owners need a few pointers as to how to transport their kit from one place to another. Nothing too technical, mind, simply good, honest advice to assist them when the time comes to relocate:

So now you know

And there you have it. We note, however, that Apple has omitted to mention that you should always keep your back straight and bend your legs when lifting weights. We foresee a whole gunboat of lawsuits heaving over the horizon in the company's direction... ®

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