Articles tagged "imac"

2021 Apple M1 iMac (24-inch) Review: The best 'starter' Mac for creators

Don't be fooled by its colorful, family-friendly design – the new 24-inch iMac is capable of serious photo and video editing performance.

iFixit gives the new 24" M1 iMac a proper teardown treatment with a 2/10 repairability score

Despite it being easier to access and there being relatively modular components, the inability to change the internal storage and memory inside the new M1-powered iMac keeps its repairability score low.

Apple announces new 24" M1-powered iMacs in an array of bright new colors

Apple has given its iMac lineup a design refresh for the first time in nearly a decade and tossed in its new M1 chipset first seen in its MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini computers late last year.

Apple upgrades its 27" iMac with 10-gen Intel CPUs, new AMD GPUs and doubles RAM capacity

In addition to new CPUs, more RAM capacity and better storage options, the new iMac also has an option to upgrade to a nano-textured glass display like that found on Apple's Pro Display XDR.

Worth the money? Fully loaded iMac Pro vs fully loaded iMac

A fully loaded iMac Pro will cost you an eye-watering $14,000... but if you're set on an Apple all-in-one, is it really $8,000 better than a fully-loaded 5K iMac? Parker Walbeck of Full Time Filmmaker ran some tests to find out what kind of performance you get for that money.

Speed Test: iMac Pro vs Alienware PC, Mac Pro and MacBook Pro

PhotoshopCAFE host Colin Smith puts a $6,400 iMac Pro to the test against a Mac Pro, MacBook Pro, and an Alienware gaming PC in a variety of intense photo and video editing tasks to see if this powerhouse all-in-one is worth the money.

A fully loaded iMac Pro will cost you $13,200

Now that the iMac Pro is live on the Apple store online, we can finally see how much a fully loaded, 18-core version with 128GB of RAM, a 4TB SSD and Radeon Pro Vega 64 graphics card will cost you. Surprise, surprise... it ain't cheap.

Apple's new iMac Pro arrives December 14th, and first impressions are good

The iMac Pro finally has a release date! The 8-core and 10-core models will arrive on December 14th, starting at a whopping $5,000 for the base model. 14- and 18-core models won't be available until 2018.

Apple updates iMac and MacBook lines, launches MacOS High Sierra

Apple has launched upgrades to its desktop and laptop lines as well as upgrading its computer operating system. The company has also previewed a new iMac Pro model that will become available later this year.