Apple to launch new 4K 21.5-inch iMac this week

Less than a month ago, Apple announced its iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPad Pro and much more. But the list seems not completed then as Apple is reported to add up one more. This time it is an iMac with additional internal powers and a 4K screen.

According to reports the new iMac will get announced next week. What we are given to expect about the upcoming iMac is 21.5inch 4K screen. Apple is reported to have planned to bring the bulk of its device into shelves by November. Thus we also expect it to be accompanying.

This show a busy season for Apple has it already have its iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S rushed to smartphone market. And also the iPad Pro is ready for tablet world with its bigger and smarter size than its predecessors. The additional space is filled with new features on Apple iOS 9.

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The reports for new iMac suggest it to be made with the same level of expertise which is prevailing with current Apple devices. There are several upgrades both internally and externally. Its improved display and design concept you will get a faster and smarter iMac.

The new iMac comes with physical features of current version. But the 4K screen is the area where you will find much of upgrades. The 4K resolution stands at 4096x2304pixels which is supported with a more powerful graphics card. The reports also suggest EL Capitan pre-loaded on the new iMac.

With certain new features and 4K display the new iMac will probably set on higher prices. However Apple is sought to keep the price change within limits. Apple is also reportedly working on various accessories, carrying new features that work with new iMac. It is however not clear whether Apple will launch the accessories with the iMac or separately.

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