Recently, Apple announced a big update to 27-inch iMac desktop computers. It is not about the re-design speculations, but it is more than re-design as it does offer huge enhancements over the board. Apple claims that the new 27-inch iMac has faster Intel processors including 10 cores.
Along with this, the new update doubles the memory capacity of 27-inch iMac. The new update brings AMD graphics and super-fast SSDs that give a massive boost to the storage capacity (around four times). Apple’s senior executive of Mac and iPad Product Marketing, Tom Boger said in the press release that, presently more individuals are relying on Mac than earlier.
And most of them need the most robust and highly capable iMac we’ve ever created”. “To consider the requirements and desire of the users we’ve made the biggest update to 27-inch iMac that offers ardent performance, great memory capacity, better than the best Retina 5K display, stunning camera than ever, a great accuracy rate speakers, and high-quality mics that give you a studio experience, and many more.
Up to 10 Core Processors and Next-Gen AMD Graphics
The 27-inch iMac is stuffed with new extraordinary rich features at the same price tag. New update turns 27-inch iMac an ultimate desktop computer to accomplish work with more ease and communicate smoothly. When it comes to the comparison of all-new faster processors up to 10 cores 27-inch iMac than the previous generations 8-core 27-inch iMac, the new iMac come up with pro-level performance range.
Delivers around 65% more plug-ins in Logic Pro X, offers around 40% faster 8K ProRes transcode in Final Cut Pro X, 35% faster rendering in Autodesk Maya with Arnold, and almost 25% faster build time in Xcode. And the new 27-inch iMac has more robust next-gen AMD graphics which delivers around 55% more accelerated graphics performance. And the new 27-inch iMac has more robust next-gen AMD graphics which delivers around 55% more accelerated graphics performance.
For editing multi streams of 4K video, playing graphics-intensive games, and GPU-based renderings, the new 27-inch iMac offers more strong next-gen AMD graphics. iMac offers a graphics substitute with 16GB of the memory for the very first time, especially for those customers who use pro apps to take advantage of a large range of video memory for greater performance. And when it comes to the comparison of the new 27-inch iMac with the previous-gen 27-inch iMac’s Radeon Pro Vega 48 graphics, the new iMac offers 55% speedier rendering in Maxon Cinema 4D ProRender, 50% quicker demo fly-through in Unity Editor, around 45% more accelerated performance in “Total War:- Three Kingdoms”, and around more than 30% quickest timeline rendering in Final Cut Pro X.
Moreover, iMac also contains the Apple T2 Security Chip, Apple’s own custom-designed second-gen silicon. The controller system for managing the storage in the T2 Security Chip offers data encryption for almost everything stored over the SSD, thus, data and files are secured.