At Macworld Expo Tokyo today, Apple announced that it will be raising the price of the new iMac by US$100 across the board to accommodate rising component costs. The company has also entered into volume production on the system, having shipped more than 125,000 to date. Apple also announced a 10GB iPod, which will sell for $499, or $100 more than the 5GB model. Custom engraving on the back of the iPod will be available as a $49 option. Additionally, Apple announced a 23-inch Apple Cinema Display, featuring a 1920×1200 resolution. The display will sell for $3,499. Finally, Apple previewed Bluetooth wireless connectivity under Mac OS X, announcing that a $49 USB adapter will go on sale in April. (Photo credit Tim Exley/RINGO MUG)