Apple announces new iMac with 10th gen Intel Processors, new webcam
What you need to know
- Apple has today released new iMacs.
- Both the 27 and 21-inch models have been upgraded.
- New features include 10th gen Intel processors and a new webcam.
Apple has today announced a major update to its 27-inch iMac and its 21-inch model.
In a press release Apple stated:
As noted, the new iMacs feature all-new 10th generation Intel processors, and next-gen AMD Graphics. An SSD is now standard in all iMac models and features upgrades for up to 8TB of storage. The new iMac also gets Apple's T2 security chip.
The 5K Retina display of the 27-inch iMac feature True Tone technology and a new nano-glass texture option like the Pro Display XDR.
Finally, the crummy 720p webcam is gone, and the FaceTime HD camera now shoots in 1080p resolution.
The 21.5-inch iMac has also been updated to ship with SSDs as standard.
The iMac Pro was also updated to include as standard Intel's 10-core Xeon processor:
The new 27-inch iMac starts at $1,799 and is available to order today at Apple.com (opens in new tab). Both the 21.5-inch iMac and the updated iMac Pro are also available to order from Apple.com, priced at $1,099 and $4,999 respectively. They will arrive in stores next week!
You can read the full press release here. (opens in new tab)
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Oh cool. Maybe they will figure out how to put a decent webcam in a MacBook.
Cool, but gonna wait until the Apple silicon versions come out.