A few users around the Web are reporting that their new, ultra-thin iMac computers have "Assembled in USA" on them, causing people to wonder if Apple has returned some of its manufacturing work back to the United States.
Normally when you buy an Apple product, somewhere on the device it says "Designed by Apple in California" followed by "Assembled in China." However, that hasn't been the case with all of the new 21.5-inch iMacs, which came out last week.
One iMac that was disassembled by iFixit, which sells repair parts for Apple products and does tear-down reports when new gadgets go on sale, also read "Assembled in USA." And following the iFixit tear-down, more reports have hit the Web saying they too have found iMacs assembled in good 'ole America.
Fortune on Saturday said it was contacted by a reader who purchased one of the new computers that also says assembled in America. And Jay Yarrow, an editor at Business Insider, also tweeted that he too was contacted by a reader with one of the American iMacs.