Improvements in the graphics department include Intel Iris 640 Graphics on the 21.5" base model, AMD Radeon Pro 555 & 560 GPUs with up to 4GB VRAM on the i Mac Retina 4k 21.5" and Radeon Pro 570, 575, 580 with up to 8GB of VRAM on the 5K 27" model. Prices will start at 99 for the base model and 99 for the 21.5" 4K model.
In line with the i Mac models, Apple has also upgraded its Mac Book line.
More memory and an SSD seems to always be a good investment...
The new i Mac became available on Monday, with a 21-inch 4K display version starting at 99.
Faster processors are on board as well, and all i Macs come with Intel's 7th generation Kaby Lake CPUs.
The 21.5" models will allow you to install up to 32GB of RAM, on the 27" models up to 64GB which is twice as much as before.
The device will be available for ordering today and ship next week, with prices starting at 9.
The company is also updating its existing 12.9-inch i Pad with the 120HZ refresh-rate display as well as a faster processor. Another device that got a lot of stage time at WWDC was the i Mac, which is getting a major hardware refresh.
Let’s take a quick look at what’s going to be the best among the news in mac OS Sierra. This is great news for everyone who’s already used to her help on i OS.