Apple Releases Faster, Brighter iMac (mid-2017)

  • Apple Releases Faster, Brighter iMac (mid-2017)

Apple Releases Faster, Brighter iMac (mid-2017)

Tech genius Apple is expected to launch its all new powerful iMac Pro in December this year.

Gadgets 360 has learnt the India pricing of the new products unveiled at WWDC on Monday.

Apple also said that the 13 inch MacBook Air will be upgraded to 1.8GHz processor.

Some of the key specs of the iMac 2017 include an Intel 7th Gen Kaby Lake processor.

The 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar still starts at Rs. 2,05,900, while at Rs. 2,39,900, the top-end model is now cheaper by Rs. 2,000.

The latest MacBook starts at a price of $1299 while the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar starts at $2399.

Designed for high-end graphics editing, virtual reality content creation and real-time 3D rendering in particular, the iMac Pro certainly looks impressive, but with prices starting at $4,999, it's going to be beyond the financial reach of the majority of home users.

This one comes with 16GB RAM, up to 512GB SSD and the Intel Iris Plus Graphics 630 GPU.

Next up the ladder is the Radeon Pro 560 with 16 compute units for 1,024 stream processors and up to 1.9 T/FLOPS of compute. The iMac Pro is truly an astounding, aesthetic device which offers you an awesome performance and an incredible display. There's also a 27-inch Retina 5K display, though you won't be viewing any VR through that. Xeon processors with up to 18 cores will be an option that you can choose from. The SSD storage is up to 512GB and this one also has the new Force Touch Keypad.

The 12-inch MacBook was last updated earlier a year ago with faster chips and a rose gold colour option. The new panels inside Apple's 4K 21.5-inch and 5K 27-inch iMacs produce 500 nits of luminance and support up to 1 billion colors.

Mac users, we're pleased to announce Macphun's all-in-one photo editor Luminar is now available for just $69£52 for new users, or $59£44 for existing Macphun users. DDR4 variety was used for RAM and it is now up to 32 GB on 21.5-inch and 64 GB on the 27-inch model. Its the first Mac ever to feature built-in 10Gb Ethernet and with 4x Thunderbolt ports, you can feed two external 5K displays and connect two two RAID arrays. Apple's laptops are known for its longevity.