After unveiling the most-anticipated iPad mini, Apple revealed their next-gen iMacs at California Theater in San Jose, California. Called 8th-gen iMac; the new device is 80% thinner (at 5mm) than its predecessor.
Featuring Edge-to-edge glass equipped LED-backlit display with IPS technology, the new iMacs comes in a choice of either 21.5-incher (1920 x 1080P) or 27-incher (2560 x 1440p) frame; the both models are expected to go on sale in November and December, respectively.
1TB hard drive equipped; while the 21.5-inch iMac features a 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, the 27-inch iMac packs 2.9GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 chip under the hood.
Other features include left and right speakers, thunderbolt port, and dual microphones.
Both models have 720p-capable front-facing shooters along with (upto) optional 32GB of RAM, i7 processor and panoply of storage options that peak at 3TB of spinning storage.
While the 1TB hard drive and 8GB of RAM-equipped 21.5-incher one can be grabbed for $1300, the 27-incher will cost you back $1800 with the same memory and storage.