Spotlight in OS X Yosemite not only comes with an all-new design but includes new features such as Spotlight Suggestions that aim to improve the search experience by pulling information from new sources like Wikipedia, news sites, Maps, iTunes, movie listings, and more.
Apple released OS X Yosemite a couple of days back, and the update’s main new feature is its all-new design, that adds translucency, blur, new icons and flatter design to OS X. Along with the design changes, Apple also added a new Dark Mode to OS X, that makes the menu bar and the dock darker.
As the clock in the top-right menu bar on my Mac approaches midnight, I am sitting here in an exhaustive state after the second Apple event in as many months ushered in a whirlwind of announcements pertaining to new iPads, new Macs, OS X Yosemite and more. It was an eventful day to say the least, no pun intended.
A growing number of users have been hoping for a high-resolution desktop-class display from Apple over the years. While I was personally wanted to see a high-resolution Thunderbolt Display released, the announcement of the all-new iMac with Retina 5K display was equally, if not more, impressive than what I expected from Apple this afternoon.
Following the addition of new products and information, the Apple Store has returned online and now features the just-announced iMac with Retina 5K Display available for purchase, with a starting price of $2,499. The all-in-one desktop computer currently has an estimated shipping date of between 1 to 3 days, although that won’t likely last long.
Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller on Thursday announced pricing details for the all-new iMacs, including the 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display, which go on sale this afternoon. The entry-level 21.5-inch iMac will retail for just $1,099, while the flagship iMac with Retina 5K display starts at $2,499. Read ahead for the full pricing breakdown.