Later this year, Apple will start selling the iMac Pro, a powerful, high-end desktop computer that will feature a wide range of powerful specifications.
iMac Pro Reportedly Set to Feature Security Enclave Coprocessor; Intel’s Server-Grade ‘Purley’ Processor
Apple’s Kaby Lake refresh of the 21.5-inch iMac went on sale earlier this week, and the folks over at iFixit have already gone ahead and posted its teardown.
Earlier today, before the keynote that would kick off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple brought down its online store to prepare for new devices lining its digital store shelves.
Apart from unveiling its new powerful 2017 iMac lineup, Apple also gave us a sneak peek at its upcoming iMac Pro. While not scheduled to launch before the end of this year, the new iMac Pro comes will be Apple’s most powerful Mac ever.
Apple Announces New 21.5-Inch and 27-Inch iMac with Faster Internals, More Powerful GPU, and Better Displays
Alongside announcing macOS High Sierra at WWDC 2017, Apple unveiled its new iMac lineup featuring better displays and faster CPUs.
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Intel today kicked off Computex by announcing its new Core X lineup of CPUs and providing more details about its upcoming Coffee Lake architecture.
Two days ago, Apple did something different: They opened up on what’s coming down the pipe, indicating that there are pro-level iMacs planned for later this year.
For quite some time now, the Mac lineup has been left to roam aimlessly without much perceived guidance from the company that built it.
Today has been a busy day for the Mac lineup. Not because of new products available now, but because of what the future holds for the brand.
According to documentation, Apple has already confirmed internally that it will begin offering refunds to those who had to pay for replacements or repairs with some iMac hinges.