The company Apple made configuration changes to its all-in-one iMacs for the first time in two years. Buyers now have access to PCs with more efficient eighth generation Core processors Intel and AMD Radeon Pro Vega graphics cards. The design, the amount of RAM and the characteristics of the displays of the devices have not changed.
The younger model Apple iMac with a 21.5-inch screen in the base version is now equipped with a four-core, and in the top-end – a six-core chip Intel Core i5. The maximum PC equipment also includes an AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 video accelerator with 4 GB of memory.
Apple The iMac with a 27-inch display, in turn, received a six-core processor Intel Core i5 in the minimum configuration and an eight-core Core i9 in the maximum. For an additional fee, the computer can be equipped with an AMD Radeon Pro Vega 48 3D card with 8 GB of memory.
In the US, sales of new products have already started at a price of 1300 dollars.