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Apple to Roll Out New 27-Inch iMac

Sam Arnold

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Apple is set to release the new 27-inch iMac, its “most powerful and capable iMac ever,” on Apple Stores this week. sporting a 16GB system memory

Apple users looking to upgrade their home offices could try replacing their old computers with the new 27-inch iMac. The new Apple computer also promises to be the fastest and most powerful iMac yet. Whether for graphic design or video editing, users could enjoy a seamless workflow in half the time.

What’s Inside the New Apple 27-inch iMac?

In a press release, Apple said the new Apple computer is its “most powerful and capable iMac ever.” The 27-inch device carries either 6 or 8 10th generation Intel processors so users can breeze through their tasks. They can also push the iMac to its limits by getting the 10-core processor option. With the 10-core option, users can get processing speeds of up to 5.0GHz, which means a 65% faster CPU performance.

Gizmodo also reports that Apple is allowing 128GB of memory. For video editing, users can enjoy graphics powered by AMD’s Radeon Pro 5000 cards, with a system memory of 16GB.


More Features of the 27-inch iMac

With a Retina 5K display, users can fully enjoy their new improved graphics. They can also choose the “nano-texture glass” option that reduces glare in bright rooms. For hangouts, users can see their friends better through the iMac’s 1080p FaceTime HD camera. They can also liven up the conversation with improved speakers and a “studio-quality” mic array.  

Can the 27-inch iMac Run Big Sur?

The 27-inch Apple computer won’t come out of the box with the new macOS Big Sur, but users can update to the latest OS for free. However, this iMac does carry a hefty price tag. Users can buy the base model at $1,800. Order it online today, or go to the nearest Apple Store this week.

Arnold is a senior British tech reporter at Tekrati. Before joining Tekrati, Arnold worked as an editor for his University Newspaper, writing sharable content for a student audience. Sam loves movies, running, and anything written by Oliver Sacks. The drink he chose is tea, which he does not recommend in large quantities.

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