New iMacs of Apple are here and they look powerful and beautiful

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Two iMacs with either 512GB and 1TB of SSD storage for the 21.5-inch iMac with 4K display cessed last month with Apple’s Silicon iMac advertising speculation. The rumors are true: Apple not only officially announced that the iMacs have impressive m1-processors, but also the new iMacs from Apple are finally available in different colors than gray.

A new iMac looks more like the pro XDR display, with a flat back than curved, and a 0.6 inch (11.5 millimeter) thin lateral profile with a 24-inch, 4.5 kb retina display and 11.3 million pixels and 500 nits brightness. This features a flat back display. In every rainbow bold color all the new iMacs will be available. (However, its signature still remains gray.) Happy to see that Apple again includes Mac color that it gave up after iMac G3.

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New iMacs feature a new 1080p HD webcam and a smart display, which adjusts brightness and color automatically to your environment. The iMac sound system includes six speakers also increased the power drive by Apple. It offers no distortion of bass, middle and highs and supports spatial audio. The best Mac camera, mics and speakers ever are Apple says. However, last summer’s Intel iMac has a 1080-pc camera and a 3-pc array, so that’s not new, but the M1 will probably make it better.

Left: Old design. Right: New design.
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The AC adapter now has an Ethernet port. There is also a new magnetic power connector. Touch ID with the Magic Keyboard now also available for the iMac, and it operates with faster user interruption so that your fingerprint can immediately switch to its own profile.

What did Apple talk about in its new iMacs, just like the processor’s data. The iMacs were rumored to have a new M1 processor with 12 different core systems in place of eight such as the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini. Nevertheless, the new iMacs only get the “standard” M1 chip with an 8-core CPU and an 8-core GPU, so the processor has been paid less attention and more attention to the new iMac design. And because these specifications are the same, the new iMacs, for example, are likely to have the same performance as the deceptive MacbookPro.

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Apple is planning to launch its new iMacs for a 7-core processor, starting in $1,299 ($1,249 for education) and starting out in $1,499. The most expensive version comes in more colours: green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue and silver. Every model has only 2.56GB SSD storage. The cheaper version is available in green, rose, blue and silver. There is also an 8-core model of $1,699, which includes 512GB of SSD Storage but will have 8GB of memory on all models.

Orders are opened on 30 April and the second half of May is scheduled for shipment.