What you need to know
- Apple executives sat down with CNN for an interview about the new iMac.
- The execs talked about bringing M1 to the iMac and its new colors.
Apple executives have a lot to say about the new iMac.
Apple's Stephen Tonna, of Platform Product Marketing, and Laura Metz, from Mac Product Marketing, sat down for an interview with CNN ahead of the new iMac's official launch later this month.
One of the exciting things about bringing the new M1 processor to the iMac is that, as developers enable support, iPhone and iPad apps can run on the Mac. The effort, originally called Project Catalyst, was rocky to start but Apple has continuously improved the performance across devices.
One of the biggest changes to the new iMac is that it comes in seven vibrant colors as opposed to the traditional silver aluminum design. Metz said that the team was "literally giddy" when they saw the computers in the new colors for the first time.
With M1 now in the iMac and Apple's notebooks, Metz says that it is "awesome to have a range of devices that do meet your needs, whether you know you need to be moving around and you want this portable device or you need something in a small compact space or this wonderful all in one experience with the large display."
You can read the full interview at CNN.
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