Apple releases new 27-inch iMac with Intel Processors, T2 Chip and new 1080p webcam
Today, Apple released a brand new refreshed iMac 27-inch. It was rumored that a new iMac was on the horizon, with a refreshed model in August, and a redesigned one at the end of the year. The new iMac features new 10th-gen Intel processors and a brand new T2 security chip. It also updates the iSight camera with 1080p resolution, making Zoom calls much clearer on the iMac.
The external design has not been changed, with the bezels unchanged. However, Apple has updated the screen with True-Tone for adaptive colour balance. Also, when going to purchase a new iMac, you have the option of choosing a nano-texture matte glass option, which is the same as the Pro Display XDR first released alongside the new Mac Pro last year.
Being August, it is fully plausible to see a new, redesigned iMac still come out this year, but we will have to wait and see if Apple unveils one in the September/October time frame when Apple traditionally unveils the year’s new hardware.
The new iMac is available to order today, with the base model featuring a six-core CPU, 8 GB RAM, a Radeon Pro 5300 GPU, and a 256 GB SSD, starting at £1799.