Apple’s new, most powerful iMac Pro is finally available for sale, and while some may think its $5,000 starting price is a bit steep, it’s the all extras that will really get you. That’s because when fully loaded with an 18-core Intel Xeon CPU (which won’t even ship until next year), 128GB of error-checking memory,…
Back at WWDC 2017 in June, Apple teased us with the iMac Pro, its most powerful desktop yet. But for months, there was barely a peep about when it might available. Now we know it’s definitely going to be available before the end of the year (unlike the HomePod), when it goes on sale later this week on Thursday,…
In addition to updated iMacs, MacBooks, and MacBook Pros, today at Apple’s WWDC conference, the company unveiled its new high-end workstation called the iMac Pro, featuring the same all-in-one design, but packed with enough power to make this the most powerful Mac computer to date. Well, according to Apple anyway.
A couple of weeks ago, I had to lay my eight year old iMac to rest. After years of faithful service, it had finally died beyond repair. I do not like shopping for new computers, nor do I like spending money on them. To me, buying a new computer is as exciting as buying a new dryer.
A lot of people, including some of the world’s best known commentators on Apple, are saying that the company is facing serious challenges in its Mac business—unsurprisingly, Apple is clapping back at those reports and says everything is just fine.
For the last few years, Apple’s iMacs have tried to combine the best of both storage worlds in the Fusion Drive, a SSD/hard-drive combo that’s meant to blend performance and storage capacity into one. The newly refreshed iMacs are sporting Fusion Drives, but they’re much smaller than their predecessors.
You don’t always have to wait for a keynote for new Apple products, as is the case today with a sneaky rollout of some new Macbook Pro and iMac with Retina 5K configs.
Screen resolution always marches to the steady pace of pixel-density progress, and LG may have accidentally let slip Apple’s next resolution-gratuitous display.
Resolution is often misunderstood. You instinctively know that you want more of it, even when its real utility doesn't live up to the marketing hype. And Apple's new $2500 iMac has a lot of hype to live up to.
The Apple iMac with Retina display looks brilliant. I mean, of course it does: There are just too many freaking pixels here (and too much of Apple's reputation for excellence) for it to be anything but stellar.
The new iMac with Retina display will make your desktop radiate in high-resolution glory. This is the most amazing iMac Apple has ever made.
Rumor has it that on Thursday, Apple will announce new iMacs with Retina displays. How much will this computer cost you? Logic dictates that all those extra pixels will add up to very pricey, but there's reason to think it might not be as bad as you think. Let's see what a little Apple history can give us for guidance.
Re/code says Apple will show the world its newest iPad updates on October 16th. Rumor has it a new Retina iMac will also make an appearance, as will the public release of OS X Yosemite.