Cupertino’s most anticipated event, the WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) took place yesterday. At this conference we expected a lot from the company of the Bitten Apple, especially after the rumors that were going around on the internet about their upcoming products.
After a whole year waiting again for this meeting between loyal Apple users, their developers and important members, we can clearly say that the Californian firm has exceeded our expectations ,launching a whole new range of iMac, MackBook and even the long-awaited macOS 13.10 High Sierra.
The great wait bears fruit
The iMac presented at the WWDC are far superior to their ancestors, this is because Apple has opted for the new seventh-generation Intel processors, which have great performance, as these monsters move to 4.2 GHz and you can even increase this to 4.5 GHz , but it is not something highly recommended since it will raise the temperature of this yacortando their life expectancy, although with 4.2 GHz should have plenty to do what we want.
Another great reason to take the step and buy an iMac, if we are not planning to acquire one and the portfolio allows us, is the graphic section, because the visual improvements can be appreciated as soon as the equipment is turned on. The screen has been improved in a very noticeable way , since the brightness is adjustable with a maximum of 500 nits , this will help us to see the details that before we were unable to see and even take into account others that we did not know.
Before we talked about the hardware, describing its performance as far as the processor is concerned, but it is not the only performance improvement it has, since they come with a new graphics card, depending on the model, the 27-inch model will come with a Radeon Pro 570575580 that will have a maximum of 8 GB of VRAM, including a 5K screen.
On the other hand, the smaller iMac, but at the same time almost as powerful, the 21.5 inch version, will have a 4K screen ,a little less than its big brother’s 5K, although it performs quite well and will have a graphics card just like the 27 inch iMac, but a little less powerful, the Radeon 555 or 600, depending on the model . We must also say that it supports twice as much RAM as the previous iMacs, because if they supported 32 GB of RAM, they will support 64 GB of RAM.
If you are still not convinced by this data, the prices will change your mind, because the 21.5 inch has a starting price of 1000 euros, the 4K version of this will be about 1150 euros , while the 27 inch model with its impressive 5Klo screen you can have at home for 1600 euros.