Apple computer users have many reasons to be wanting the updated 2020 Apple iMac 27-inch. One of the major reason would be, this updated 27-inch iMac could be the last of it that runs on Intel chip. Apple has made known of its plan to sell Macs with its own ARM-based chip starting in 2021.
For those who demands more processing power, you will be glad to to know that 10-core chip has Turbo Boost boasting speeds up to 5 GHz. Speaking of processor… the updates 27-inch iMac is now powered by the latest 10th-gen Intel processor with to 10 cores, double the memory capacity up to a whopping 128 GB, next-generation AMD graphics, and it is SSD-only for storage.
So, Fusion Drive no on the 27-inc iMac. In addition, you get a new nano-texture glass option to further bring out the brilliance of the Retina 5K display.
Other worthy mentions include a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, “higher fidelity” speakers, studio-quality mics, and Apple T2 Security Chip.
In a related news, Apple has also given its 21.5-inch iMac an update. The new updated 21.5-inch iMac will come standard with SSDs across the line. Though Fusion Drive is still available if you so desire.
iMac Pro gets an update too. It now comes standard with a 10-core Intel Xeon processor. Power hungry users can opt for Xeon processors with up to 18 cores, up to 22 teraflops in graphics performance, up to 256 GB quad-channel ECC memory, and of course, 27-inch Retina 5K display.
If you are down, the new 2020 Apple iMac 27-inch can be ordered as we speak and it has a starting price of US$1,799. Like wise to the 21.5-inch iMac and the iMac Pro are available to order too with a starting price of US$1,099 and US$4,999, respectively. FYI, a fully load out 27-inch iMac crosses US$8K.
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