Apple updates 27-inch iMac with Intel Core chips, AMD graphics, SSD storage, True Tone support, and $1799 price tag

Apple quietly rolled out an updated version of the 27-inch all-in-one iMac.

The novelty, unfortunately, received the same old appearance, but at the same time, it differs in the filling. The screen of the new version was equipped with an improved matrix with a resolution of 5120×2880 (5K). It supports True Tone image customization and can optionally be covered with a special nano texture, like in Pro Display XDR. It improves the display of the picture under different conditions. This option costs $500.

The new iMac also received updated processors and graphics. Now the monoblock uses 10th generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 chips with increased frequencies up to 3.1/3.3 GHz and 3.8 GHz, respectively. Responsible for graphics are Radeon Pro 5300 or Radeon Pro 5500 XT (depending on configuration). According to the company, the increase in productivity is 65%. The computer comes with up to 128GB of RAM and up to 8TB of SSD storage. The device also features a proprietary T2 security chip, an updated camera that shoots at FHD (1080p) resolution, and a studio microphone.