It seems that the iMac Pro includes an A10 Fusion chip to keep the ‘Hey Siri’ always

We have always seen Apple computers as products outside the conventional price range (if we are used to seeing the cost of Windows equipment), although clearly this is fully justified by several factors. iMac is one of those Cupertino company devices that will never go out of style, especially since it’s one of the best tools for working. Today we’re talking about a possible new feature of the iMac Pro models, which may come with an A10 Fusion chip to keep the ‘Hey Siri’ always available.

Although not much is known about this new chip, is known to bring 512 MB of RAM , yes, a processor that comes with half a GB of RAM. It seems that the A10 Fusion will come with the possibility to activate Siri on macOS, so in theory our beloved iOS personal assistant is very close to be also present on our computers in the block and may, although it is not known yet, that the ‘Hey Siri’ is available even when the iMac is turned off.

It seems that the iMac Pro includes an A10 Fusion chip to keep the ‘Hey Siri’ always
It seems that the iMac Pro includes an A10 Fusion chip to keep the ‘Hey Siri’ always

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We have fewer and fewer excuses for not buying an Apple computer. We saw not long ago why MacBooks are the best tool to work with in terms of computers, but it seems that iMac Pro is not far behind because, although they can cost up to 15. 000, there are people who will buy them simply because of the convenience and ease of use that an Apple product of such characteristics offers, especially for jobs involved with 3D animation and similar work since the new iMac Pro incorporates a 16 GB graphics card.

It is clear that Apple products in general are above the average price that we would find in the same category of other brands, but, especially in computers, we do not have to see the computers as a sudden expense, but rather as an investment since the average life of Apple’s PCs is around 7 years.

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