Apple announced on Tuesday, 19, updates of its line of iMac computers. The handsets have won the Radeon Pro Vega graphics chip, and one version now has a ninth-generation Intel processor. The new devices are now on sale in the United States.
The design of the computers remains the same. The new 21.5-inch model has an eighth-generation, six-core processor , Apple claims the computer will perform 60 percent faster than its previous version. The iMac also has the Radeon Pro Vega graphics chip, which promises to offer 80% faster graphics, and 4K resolution. The device with these specifications costs $1,500.
The larger 27-inch screen computer is now available with a ninth-generation Intel processor with six or eight cores in addition to the Radeon Pro Vega graphics chip and 5K resolution. All this has a price: $2,300.
Apple will also offer other variations of device specifications, which start at $1,100. The last update of the iMac line was in 2017.