The iMac 27 “gets a major update
1072/5000Apple is now updating its iMac line and it is mainly the 27-inch that gets new life. First and foremost, it’s now Intel’s tenth generation processors that apply. The cheapest model comes with an i5 with six cores that runs at 3.1 GHz. The heaviest option is an i9 with ten cores running at 3.6 GHz. If you want a lot of RAM, you can now get it, 128 GB is max. The graphics cards to choose from are Radeon Pro 5500 XT, 5700 and 5700 XT.
The machine now has Apple’s T2 chip, which means that you can say hello to Siri, but it also means that the screen now has True Tone. It also means that the new webcam that has finally stopped being on lousy 720p has nice features like face recognition. However, it is not possible to log in with this. The T2 chip is not only in the 27-inch but also in the other models.
The screen still has 5K resolution and is available with a matte surface, the same technology as on the Pro Display XDR. This supplement costs SEK 6,250. Speakers and microphones must also be updated.
All models now come with SSDs as standard.