Apple has launched a new iMac with a 24-inch 4.5K Retina display and an Apple M1 chip. The desktop computer from Apple is just 11.5 mm thick and will be available in seven colours options. Apple launched this refreshed iMac at a spring Spring Loaded event with advanced features.
New iMac price in India
Pricing in India begins at Rs. 1,19,900. The model with an 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 256GB storage is priced at Rs. 1,39,000. While the 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 512GB storage model priced at Rs. 1,59,000.
The pre-orders will start on April 30.iMac will go on sale in the second half of May. The base model is available in four colours: Blue, Green, Red, and Silver. The two higher-end models will be three additional colour options in Yellow, Orange, and Purple.
New iMac specifications
The iMac has a 24-inch 4.5K Retina display (4480×2520 pixels), True Tone technology for colour balance, a P3 wide colour gamut, 500 nits peak brightness, and a low reflectivity coating.
According to Apple, the 24-inch screen fits in a frame that is just marginally larger than the previous 21.5 model.
All models come with The 1080p webcam, which uses the M1’s neural engine for face recognition, better exposure, and colour balance. They have a studio-quality 3-mic array with beamforming technology.
The Audio system feature Dolby Atmos-certified 6-speakers, force-cancelling woofers and high-performance tweeters. Because of New chip, The iMac’s delivers up to 85 per cent faster CPU performance up to 2x faster GPU performance, up to 3x faster machine learning performance than older 21.5-inch models.
Apple’s new Magic Keyboard image credit-AppleIn terms of connectivity, new iMac users can get up to four USB Type-C ports, two of which can be Thunderbolt. In addition to supporting up to a 6K display, the AIO includes a new magnetic power connector with a 2-metre colour-matched woven cable and an adapter that replaces the Ethernet port to save space.
Along with the new Magic Keyboard, Apple also released three new versions, including a colour-matching Magic Keyboard with new keys for Spotlight, Dictation, Do Not Disturb, and emoji.
Another new Magic Keyboard has the same style as the first, but it also has a wireless Touch ID. The third one is with the same new key concept but with a Numpad.
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