Last month Apple launched the 2020 iMac refresh. The latest iMac comes with a 27-inch display and is powered by 10th-generation Intel processors, increased RAM and upgraded hardware. 2020 Mac owners are now reporting issues with their machines.
Apple is known for its minimalistic design language, and products like iMac are a standing testimony. Most of us would agree that iMac looks sleek and premium despite being due for a design overhaul. Engineer/Designer Micheal Pick has shrunk the iMac, and it looks charming.
The 27-inch iMac has been given a teardown treatment by OWC revealing all the internal changes Apple has made on its last Intel-based Mac. As previously reported, the new iMac comes with an SSD that’s soldered to the logic board, though the RAM continues to be user-replaceable.
Apple refreshed its 27-inch iMac earlier this week with faster 10th gen. Intel CPUs, SSDs, faster AMD GPUs, and more. Soon after the machine was launched, it was reported that the SSD on the new iMacs is soldered on the logic board making them non-replaceable. An internal document obtained by MacRumors further confirms this.
Earlier this week, Apple updated the iMac with faster 10th gen. Intel processors, new AMD GPU’s and other minor upgrades like FaceTime HD camera and a new microphone array. If you plan to buy the 2020 iMac then check our review roundup below to know what reviewers are saying about the new iMac.
Earlier this week, Apple launched a new iMac with updated hardware. Benchmarks of the new iMac have now surfaced online and give us a better picture of its performance characteristics.
Yesterday, Apple launched a new iMac with updated hardware. The latest iMac doesn’t feature any significant design change. We have all been hoping for an entirely redesigned iMac with slimmer bezels. Now a new concept has reimagined iMac with a wireless charging at the base and a new backlit keyboard.
Last weekend a rumor suggested Apple will soon launch Intel-powered iMac refresh. The rumor also claimed that the iMac design would remain mostly unchanged. Famed Apple leakster, Jon Prosser says the rumors are inaccurate, and Apple will not launch a new iMac this week.
A rumor circulating on Twitter suggests that Apple could get around to announcing its long-awaited iMac refresh with faster 10th gen. Intel processors as soon as this Monday.
An unannounced iMac powered by a 10th-generation Core i9 Intel Comet Lake-S and AMD Radeon Pro 5300 has surfaced on benchmarks. In all likelihood, the specs are for 2020 iMac that is expected to replace the current generation 27-inch iMac.