Apple has just launched its whole iMac family bringing alongside it a 21.5-inch iMac range with 4K display.
The new 3,840 x 2,160 Retina display comes as an improvement, change to the 1080p found in active models. Beside the resolution bump, Apple claims the new display technology behind the panel can display 25% more colors, making them more vibrant and accurate in appearance.
Apple has also upgraded the internals on its smaller iMac with Intel Broadwell processors and the spec comes designed with a 3.1GHz quad-core i5 chip. Not precisely the most up to date and most hottest upgrade, since the world has long moved onto next generation Skylake processors, but these chips are still moderately new.
The 4K iMac cost around £1,199 and customs will even now have the ability to get a non-Ultra HD version for £899.
5K Screens Standard
Apple also upgraded its lineup of 27-inch iMacs, making it so every model comes with a 5K display for easy entertainment show.
Before the announcement of this new iMacs display, the Ultra HD screen option was limited to the higher-end $1,999 or £1,449. With that being said, now it also goes up and it has been reduced to the lowest end model estimated at the price of $1,799 or £1,449.
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