Soon after launching new versions of the iPad and iPad Mini, Apple now officially unveiled new iMac models with hardware upgrades. The new machines include Intel’s eighth-generation processors and even faster AMD video cards. It should deliver even better performance in a variety of scenarios.
The updated models of the iMac are the original (non-Pro) of 21.5 and 27 inches, the first with 4K screen and the second with 5K. Apple is also offering a slightly improved hardware version, which includes an Intel Core i5 3.0 GHz chip and Radeon Pro 560X GPU.
In the new, more basic 21.5-inch iMac (not to be confused with the old version) we now have a 3.6 GHz Intel Core i3 processor, 8 GB DDR4 RAM and a Radeon Pro 555X graphics card with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory.
Both new models support Thunderbolt 3 connection and bring internal storage of 1TB. Although they are listed on Apple’s official website in Brazil, they still cannot be ordered.
Moving on to the 27-inch iMac we have a machine with an Intel Core i5 3.0 GHz processor, 8GB of RAM 2666 MHz and CPU Radeon Pro 570X with 4 GB DDR5. The most powerful version comes with Intel Core i5 (9th Generation) Six-Core and 3.7 GHz processor.
8GB DDR4 memory with 2666 MHz, configurable up to 64 GB and Radeon Pro 580X with 8GB of GDDR5 memory. All the models in the 27-inch iMac have Retina 5K 5120 x 2880 P3 display.