Alongside the updated iMac lineup, Apple has also updated its iMac Pro lineup with the option of adding 256GB RAM and AMD’s new Radeon Pro 64X GPU. Up until now, Apple only offered up to 128GB DDR4 ECC RAM option on the iMac Pro lineup.
Apple Announces New iMacs with Faster Intel CPUs and Radeon Vega GPUs for 2x Performance Improvement
Apple today refreshed its iMac lineup with new 6-core and 8-core Core i9 processors from Intel and more powerful GPUs from AMD. The improvements allow the new iMac lineup to offer up to 2x more performance than the models they replace.
As another year ticks by, more of Apple’s older devices become officially listed as obsolete or vintage, depending on the region.
You may or may not have had an annoying time trying to connect a device to one of the ports on the back of an iMac. If you fall into the latter camp, Satechi may have an option for you.
It was recently reported that third-party repairs for some of Apple’s newest Macs may be tightly restricted, but it may not be all doom and gloom just yet.
Apple’s Proprietary Software Puts Restrictions on Third-Party Repair Options for 2018 MacBook Pro and iMac Pro
It isn’t much of a surprise that Apple would like its customer base to use its own retail stores to handle repairs of its hardware when necessary, but sometimes third-party options are the only ones readily available for customers.
Apple Hit With Shortages of 2014, Mid-2015 5K iMac Displays, Offering Steep Discount or Free Delayed Repairs
While Apple tries to make it so that its in-store repair process is as smooth as possible, hiccups happen, and that can include shortages of necessary pieces to repair those devices.
The iMac Pro went up for sale before the end of 2017 in most of its configurable options, and now, months later, the company behind the powerful desktop machine is looking for feedback.
Apple debuted its custom T1 security chip with the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. The chip ran a custom and toned down version of iOS and looked after the operations of the Touch Bar. With the iMac Pro last year, the company debuted the successor to that chip, T2.
It isn’t a secret that Apple prides itself on being a pretty secretive company, especially when it comes to how things work behind-the-scenes.