Recently, the Chinese newspaper Economic Daily News stated that Quanta Computer would be the company responsible for producing the new iMacs at around 800 thousand / ms that could be launched during Macworld Expo 2009.
However, new information points out that the company that won Apple's contract to produce its new machines, in fact, was Foxconn. And there's more: Foxconn Precision Components (a company in the Foxconn group) to join forces with Auras Technology to produce a new cooling module for the machines.
The newspaper did not get much information about this novelty and does not know whether this represents an evolution in the current system, based on fans, or if Apple already adopts any of the various technologies already patented by it.
It is believed that the change in the cooling system of iMacs is necessary due to the adoption of the new Intel Core 2 Quad processors, which consume more energy and, consequently, produce more heat than previous models.