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The new iMac monoblocks with a rather conservative design and technological filling are another pleasant novelty of WWDC.

The iMac model range includes monoblocks with a 21.5-inch display and a resolution of up to 4K and a larger version with 5K at 27 inches diagonally. The screens of the new iMacs are 43% brighter compared to their predecessors, and the color depth is 10 bits. Working behind such a screen is pleasant even for the most demanding designer or photographer engaged in correction.

All presented iMacs are equipped with Intel Kaby Lake processors. Smaller models use up to 32 GB of RAM, while older models are equipped with up to 64 GB of RAM. All iMac models will receive 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports for fast data transfer and connecting peripherals.

The updates also affected the graphics – the 21-inch models have an Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650 video card, while the older ones have Radeon Pro 555 and 560. The top-of-the-line model has a Radeon Pro 570, 575 or 580 series video card.

In addition to updating the main line of monoblocks, Apple released iMac Pro c with a new powerful processor and no less powerful graphics. It was equipped royally – a 27-inch 5K display, and inside 8-core or even 18-core Intel Xeon processors, with an impressive amount of RAM – 128 GB. Up to 4 TB of memory is provided for storing files.

For unrealistically cool pictures, an AMD Radeon Vega video card with 16 GB of video memory is installed – if you want, create complex vector drawings, if you want – edit short films in 4K.

The set includes a branded Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2, in the well-proven Space Gray color.


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