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iMac 2015 Coming In September? New Features, Updates Revealed

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Apple is definitely active at the later part of the year, and we are expecting the Tech giant?s latest products to grace us with its presence starting next month. Aside from purported release of the iPhone 7, their new desktop is set to make waves with significant updates and performance upgrades from their forerunners. With all of the first-class hardware and software at their disposal, Apple’s new desktop?may be the world?s most advanced desktop to date.

Although the multinational technology company giant that showcased a 27-inch, 5k retina iMac got its applause earlier this year during Apple?s event, it was a bit costly for some people. But now a new, budget-friendly iMac desktop is set to be introduced in the coming months, and will feature a 21.5 inch screen with 4k retina display ? that?s an overwhelming 4096 x 2304 display, reported by Tech Crunch.

?I?d love to see a leak indicating that Apple is working on a new external display. Apple?s current external display was released in 2010 and updated in 2011 with a Thunderbolt connector. While it is a 27-inch display, it only has a resolution of 2560 x 1440. Even today?s leaked 21.5-inch iMac has a bigger resolution,? Tech Crunch posted. ?With Thunderbolt 3 around the corner, a new retina display could be another great potential product update,? they added.

There is no confirmation or denial for the possibility of an 8k display for the 21-inch iMac, although there is a mention that Apple will focus more on image quality, which includes color saturation, and a new LED phosphor material called KSF, according to KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from a report by The Christian Post.

And with the addition of this latest computer, Apple will create a variation of choices between a 15-inch MacBook Pro with a retina display, a 27-inch iMac with a 5k display, and the 21.5 inch with 4k retina display. Anticipate the new desktop to come out in the next few months.

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