Apple recently unveiled its 2019 iMac lineup, which comes bolstered by a slew of drool-inducing upgrades. For the first time, the brand’s iconic desktop computers are powered by 8-core Intel 9th-generation processors. Also featured is a Vega graphics option, representing a substantial boost to both computing and visuals. Throw in the Retina display, quiet operation, vast storage, swift connectivity, an all-in-one design, and the new macOS Mojave, and you end up with a faster and stronger iMac, indeed.
Whether you go for a 21.5″ or 27″ iMac, you’re getting top-shelf performance in return. Thanks to the new processors, each computer delivers significant improvements in terms of speed and power. Along similar lines, Radeon Pro Vega graphics results in up to 80% faster graphics performance on the 21.5″ iMac and up to 50% faster graphics performance on the 27″ iMac. That’s all joined by 4K or 5K retina displays for the utmost tier of resolution. A 21.5″ non-retina display iMac is also available.
Combining aluminium and glass to slim and stunning effect, the new iMacs are a thing of pure structural beauty. And when we say “slim” we’re talking about a profile of just 5mm. Even when you add the adjoining mouse and keyboard, a pure and uncluttered vibe persists. Meanwhile, macOS Mojave delivers a range of premium perks, including Stacks, Facetime group calling, Dark Mode, and a redesigned app store, among other things.
Now available to order, the new 21.5″ iMac with Retina 4K display starts at A$1,999 and the new 27″ iMac with Retina 5K display starts at A$2,799. At the most affordable end of the spectrum is the 21.5″ iMac with non-retina display, which costs A$1,699.00.