At the worldwide developers conference, Apple introduced new iMac and MacBook. The design remained the same, but updated filling
At the worldwide developers conference, Apple introduced the modified iMac and MacBook. The design remained the same, but updated filling.
The major change in the iMac can be called a new Intel Kaby Lake (seventh generation, 4.2 GHz, with a boost to 4.5 GHz), Retina display (500 nits), which increases the brightness to 43%, support the color depth to 10-bit, SSD 2 TB, two Thunderbolt ports 3, compatible with USB Type-C and Radeon Pro 500 series with the amount of vRAM up to 8GB (except for the younger model, there is Intel’s Iris graphics). In General, as promised by Apple, the performance of the 21.5-inch models increased three-fold, and 27-inch model now works one and a half times faster.
What about MacBook and MacBook Pro?
The MacBook is also not left out and received a more powerful processor Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake 1.3 GHz, overclocked Turbo Boost to 3.6 GHz, the revolutionary tazbar, as well as a new SSD running 50% faster and support twice more memory than the last drive.
A few more changes we can observe in the MacBook Pro. In addition to the 500-sotovogo Retina display, 13 inch laptop found Kaby Lake processor Core i7 3.5 GHz and overclocked to 4.0 GHz, and the processor 15-inch MacBook Pro reaches a frequency of 3.1 GHz (with Turbo Boost of 4.1 GHz). In addition, the 15-inch MacBook Pro updated discrete graphics card.
According to Apple, the new MacBook Pro is the best laptop they’ve ever made.
By the way, do not forget about the MacBook Air, now it has a processor with a frequency of 1.8 GHz.
iMac 21.5 inch from 1099$Retina 4k iMac 21.5 inch – from$1200iMac Retina 5k 27 inch – 1799$MacBook 12 inches – from 1299$MacBook Pro 13 inch – 1299$MacBook Pro 15 inch from 2399$Pre-order available with 05.06.17, sales will begin with 07.06.2017.
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