Apple unveils new iMac Pro, refreshes hardware of current iMacs

The prices remain largely the same across the board, aside from a newly-cheaper 13-inch MacBook Pro for $1,299.

At its WWDC event, Apple announced that it is updating the iMac line with Intel's Kaby Lake processors and will provide upgrades to displays, memory, storage, and I/O ports. Also, the iMac Pro supports up to 4TB of SSD and up to 128GB of ECC memory. There's also a new entry-level 13-inch model that retails for £1,249. The new tablets are said to offer up to 10 hours of battery life and finally features fast charging support. New iMacs will be upgradeable to 64GB of RAM on 27-inch configurations and 32GB RAM on the 21.5-inch models. The iMac Retina 4K 21.5-inch, meanwhile, will have a Radeon Pro 555 or 560 and up to 4GB VRAM. The 21.5-inch model delivers up to three times faster performance and the 27-inch model is up to 50 percent faster.

Apple says its new iMac Pro is its "most powerful Mac" and will cost $4,999. Weighing just two pounds and measuring 13.1mm thin, MacBook is our thinnest and lightest notebook for all-day, on-the-go computing. The device is equipped with Intel Kaby Lake processors that can be clocked up to 4.2GHz with the Turbo Boost technology.

The 15-inch MacBook Pro comes standard with more powerful discrete graphics with more video memory.

The minor updates to the MacBook Pro 2017 were expected beforehand and critics feel that Apple may have done well to consider some other additions, Tech Crunch reported. Apple also updated the standard iMac line with new 7th generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.

The 10.5in iPad Pro gets a new A10x Fusion brain, which Apple reckons is more powerful than many current (non-Apple) laptops. Highlights include the iMac getting a massive power boost with a new iMac Pro, another iPad Pro and the new HomePod which is Siri's answer to Google Home and Amazon Ecco. I suspect the process started several years ago, when Apple moved away for monolithic releases every two or three years to smaller changes each year; a similar model to Windows 10 where new features will be added as they are ready rather than being bundled up into annual versions.

The iMac Pro was definitely designed for pro customers.

It will ship with an 8-core Xeon processor, a 10-core processor or an 18-core processor, the company announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro rocks a native resolution of 2224x1668 (264 PPI) with 20% more screen real estate over the 9.7-inch model, and 40% smaller bezels.

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