Since its major revamp last year, Apple has not released any update for its iMac. However, the Cupertino Company is really on a streak with launching of its new devices and products such as iPhone 5S and 5C, Apple TV update and the iOS 7. They recently announced the release of its all-in-one computer, the Apple iMac. The Apple Inc. improved its specifications with pretty much interesting additions that will entice PC users to buy their revamped desktop computer. The new iMacs will soon start shipping to meet the demands of potential buyers.
Minor Updates Compared to Last Year but Still Are Pretty Good
The updates implemented with the new iMac are considerably minor ones but we’re sure it will have a remarkable improvement from the old all-in-one computer from Apple Inc. The new iMacs are now powered by new Intel quad core chips. These amazing processors are the new Intel i5 chips that have a clock speed of 2.7 Gigahertz. The Apple iMac will be the first desktop computer to have Intel’s Crystalwell design. Aside from that, iMac will also have the new Iris Pro graphics which is a new GPU from Intel and is known to mid-range gaming computers so this would mean an improved display against the old iMac model. If buyers are still not contented with these specifications and they still want to have a more powerful computer, they can opt to purchase the high-end iMac option which will have an Intel i5 Haswell processor which can speed up to 3.4 GHz, a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 700 graphic card that has up to 4GB of memory.
Other Notable Improvements Included in the New iMac
Aside from the improved chips included in the new iMac, consumers can also take a look at some added specs. It will now have a new 802.11 ac Wi-Fi which means the new computer will now work with the newest Time Capsule and AirPort Extreme routers which introduced a new wireless standard this year. Its flash storage is also improved so users can now expect faster booting, general system performance and quicker loading of applications. The new iMacs will now have standard 8 Gigabyte RAM and 1 Terabyte of hard drive. Custom orders can also have 32 GB memory if opted by the buyer. Prices of these new iMacs will start at $1,299 and can range up to $1,999 depending on the configurations needed by the buyer.