All New iMac Launched with Apple M1 chipset
The company in the near past introduced their new generation of computer. This is often the slimmest pc ever spring-loaded with their super-quick new chipset.
Quick Specs :
- 24-inch 4.5k Retina display which comes with 11.3 million pixels, 500 nits of maximum brightness.
- Apple’s new ARM-based M1 chipset with 8 CPU cores. 10x Quicker than previous iMac lineups.
- Apple has embedded a new 1080p webcam for your lots of clear video calls & conferences.
During its initial hardware announcement on Tuesday, Apple introduced the long-awaited redesigned all-in-one personal desktop computer with the ultra-thin profile and also the M1 chip within. The iMac is currently at its slimmest ever, measuring only 11.5 mm thick and weighing around 4.5 kilograms. It is 50 percent less in volume as compared to their previous iMac models. Due to Apple’s own silicon inside, the company is able to escape with the bulky thermal system and give the iMac a makeover it deserved. M1 processor–the same chip that powers the updated MacBook Air & MacBook Pro models– the redesigned iMac are speedy and more powerful.
Apple claiming the machine will be 85% faster than the previous iMac that ran on an Intel chipset.
What are the major upgrades?
Well, after a long time apple upgraded their iMac lineup, therefore currently talking about the most important upgrade this time is the chipset, Apple’s M1 SoC. Now iMac is 10x faster & reliable. The new iMac is thinner than ever, with the squared-off design language. It’s simply 11.5 millimetres thin, whereas the general volume of the iMac is 50 per cent less than previos models. The new iMac comes in seven inexperienced colour choises green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, & silver. There is a brand new power connector that attaches magnetically to the rear of the desktop. There’s also an ethernet port on the power adapter. As far as connectivity options are concerned, users will get up to 4 USB-C ports, and two thunderbolt ports on the back.
Price & Availability?
Apple says that the new iMac series will be up for pre-bookings starting April 30 and will be available in Apple Stores in the Mid-May.
The base variant of the iMac will retail for Rs 1,19,900. It will be available with 7-core GPU, without the two USB type-3 ports and support for Gigabit Ethernet and in only four colour options.As for the other two with 8-core GPU, the mid-variant will come with 256GB storage and will be priced at Rs 1,39,900, while the premium model will feature 512GB storage in all seven colour options and will retail for Rs 1,59,900.
The iMac will be available in green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue and silver colour options.