Apple seems to be excellent at coming up with new ways to cater to their customers. That’s most likely why the company has sold 12 different models of their signature iPhone! Apple is now providing consumers with yet another opportunity to spend money with them. They unveiled an all-new iMac on Tuesday with some serious concept swag. Green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver are among the seven colors available for the iMac. Yeah, Apple will offer color-coordinated iMac accessories such as the Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Keyboard. The colors are meant to “match a user’s personal style and brighten any space,” Apple said in a statement posted to their official site. But spicing up your space isn’t the only exciting upgrade to the computer.
The upgraded iMac is also super thin, 11.5 millimeters thin to be exact. Apple said the computer “practically disappears” when looked at from a side profile angle. The California-based business also poured some funds into upgrading the iMac’s functions. The new screen is built with your viewing pleasure in mind. It measures 24 inches and features a 4.5K Retina display that adjusts in color depending on the environment. For my tech nerds who love the details, the screen also has “11.3 million pixels, 500 nits of brightness and over a billion colors.” All of that leads to “a brilliant and vivid viewing experience,” according to Apple. The iMac also reportedly runs smooth and speedy — thanks to its M1 chip. To put it in context, a user can have hundreds of tabs open in Safari while still using other apps.
In addition, for the first time ever, Apple included Touch ID with the new iMac. It can be used in the same way as it can be used on the most recent iPhone models. Touch ID can be used to open the device, make transactions with Apple Pay, and switch between user profiles quickly. On April 30th, Apple’s official website will begin taking orders for the new iMac, with prices ranging from $1,249 to $1,499.