Apple will very soon a new version of the iMac release, the all-in-one desktop computer will be equipped with the new Intel Ivy Bridge processors, unfortunately there will be no Retina display to be used for the new iMac. The update where many consumers have long been finally will soon be available, several sources have this on Fox News announced, though the opinions on the use of a split screen Retina.
According to Marco Arment of Instapaper, the Retina display is not one of the changes, at least not for the 2012 model. The problem seems to be the price, Apple currently offers a 21 and 27-inch version of the iMac, and a Retina display will likely push up the price too much for the audience that normally an all-in-one purchase.
However, there are apart from the Retina screen also has a number of other areas where the iMac itself can be improved. Besides the Ivy Bridge processor update Apple will also choose a faster graphics chip and a USB3.0 port, which you can also find the latest MacBook Pro and MacBook Air’s.
As with the other Mac models will be for the iMac also possible to opt for a 512GB SSD. It is unclear whether the new iMac will be thinner compared to the current models, should this be the case then it is likely that Apple iMac also say goodbye to the optical drive. In the past, Apple has shown not to be afraid to make these choices, and the Mac App Store is obviously not for nothing developed.
Stocks in the Apple Store and official resellers are already a few weeks at a low level, a sign on the wall that a new iMac is coming. Possibly the new iMac while unveiling the iPhone 5 on September 12