Apple upgrades iMac lineup with new Intel CPUs and Radeon Pro Vega graphics

After upgrading the iPads, Apple have upgraded their iMac lineup. The newer iMac line come with up to 8 core Intel 9th-generation processors for the first time and powerful Vega graphics options.

From average  consumers to pros, the iMac upgrade makes everyday tasks faster. With  this boost in performance, it also introduces Retina display, a sleek all-in-one design, quiet operation, fast storage and memory, modern connectivity and macOS Mojave, making it one of the best desktops in the world.

The 21.5 inch iMac now features 8th-generation quad-core, and for the first time 6-core processors, delivering up to 60 percent faster performance, while the 27 inch iMac now for the first time features up to 9th-generation 6-core and 8-core processors, delivering up to 2.4 times faster performance. iMac’s Retina display has 14.7 million pixels, 1 billion colors. The best in class 4K and 5K display size makes texts look like a printed page.

Radeon Pro Vega graphics in the 21.5 inch Mac delivers 80 percent faster graphics performance. Whereas in the 27 inch Mac delivers up to 50 percent faster graphics performance. This is ideal for 3D developers, video editing and high resolution gaming.

The new Macs come in the latest mac OS Mojave, bringing iOS apps, including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home to the Mac and features in a redesigned Mac App Store.

The iMacs are available to order online, while you can pick one off the shelves next week.

21.5 inch iMac with Retina 4K display starts at US$ 1,299.

27 inch iMac with Retina 5K display starts at US$ 1,799.

Non-Retina display iMac starts at US$ 1,099.