Apple updated its iMac family on Tuesday, having been last updated in October, 2009.
“We took the world’s best all-in-one and made it even better,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “With the latest processors, high-performance graphics and signature aluminum and glass design, customers are going to love the latest iMac.”
Here is an overview of what’s in the new iMac.
Unlike the previous iMacs, all the new modelsl feature dedicated graphics cards instead of relying on the slower motherboard integrated graphics chips.
The 27-inch iMac can now be equipped with a optional 256GB solid-state drive. You can choose it as your only drive or have it installed in addition to the built-in hard drive, allowing you to store the operating system, critical applications, and important files on the solid-state drive and your other files on the hard drive.
All iMac models now include processors from the blazing-fast Intel Core series featuring the Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors.
Check out the refreshed lineup at apple.com/imac