The new iMac gets a modification with a new design language, M1 chipset, and 1080p webcam. It has a 24-inch, 4.5K display. It comes in seven bright colours. It is different from previous generation models. Apple just inaugurated the redesigned all-in-one desktop computer with the ultrathin profile and the M1 chip inside. iMac first time till now, received a design upgrade, giving the traditional desktop computer modification.
The latest iMac created ripples when it made its debut in 1998. It comes in seven candy colour options. The new iMac is thinner with the squared-off design language. There is a new power connector that attaches magnetically to the back of the desktop. The connectivity options are with 4 USB-C ports, and two thunderbolt ports on the back.
The new iMac screen has 500 nits of brightness, a P3 wide colour gamut, and over a billion colours. It also gets True technology and an anti-reflective coating. It is the M1processor and not an Intel-powered chipset. It was able to get away with the bulky thermal system. The desktop computer is powered by the M1 processor–the same chip that powers the updated iPad Pro. The MacBook Air– redesigned iMac will be speedy and more powerful. It’s going to be fast, as it will be 85 percent faster than the previous iMac.
iMac also comes with a 1080p front-facing camera with a new sensor along with new microphones. The camera quality is improved with better noise reduction and improved auto exposure where Zoom calls aren’t going to be terrible. Apple is bringing six speakers with support for spatial audio and Dolby Atmos. So watching shows will be much better on the new iMac. It also supports TouchID and the dedicated emoji key.
The new 2021 iMac starts at Rs 119,900 and is priced at Rs 159,900 with more powerful graphics. The base iMac model comes with a 7-core GPU and an 8-core CPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB of SSD storage, two Thunderbolt ports, Magic Keyboard, and Magic Mouse. It is available in four colour options: green, pink, blue, and silver. The new iMac pre-order starts on April 30.