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Apple New iMac Set For Late October Launching; Full-Packed With Xeon E3, Thunderbolt 3, AMD GPU, & 64GB RAM

Apr 07, 2017 03:24 PM EDT

Apple New iMac Will Be Launched in Late October 2017
(Photo : Gadget News & Review/Youtube) Apple New iMac Will Be Launched in Late October 2017

This week, Apple announced the late October launching for new iMacs. The new iMac is reportedly packed with gigantic specs and features.

MacRumors reported this week's announcement of Apple's new apple of the eye, the new iMac which is set for launching in late October this year. Though Apple does not mention complete details after the announcement, the new iMac is believed to have gigantic specs and several improvements as an update for its previous model.

A blog Pike's Universum cited five major improvements with incredible features for the new Apple iMac this year. According to MacDaily News, the updated specs include the Intel Xeon E3 processor, a Faster NVMe SSD, 16GB up to 64GB of ECC RAM, and the Thunderbolt 3 and AMD graphics processing unit.

Specifically, the blog is pretty accurate that the specs line up for the Apple new iMac in the making are the best specs and feature improvements which Apple will provide for this year. The Intel Xeon E3-1280 v6 is an Intel processor that supports an ECC RAM and is integrated with Intel's HD Graphics P630. While the ECC RAM of the Apple new iMac is expected to come from 16GB up to 64GB and is configurable to 32GB more or either 64GB.

An ECC RAM is better than other types of RAMs like the DDR4 and the DDR3L for it has the capability to detect errors due to system crashes and data corruption. On the other hand, the AMD graphics is another updated feature of the Apple new iMac to support virtual reality and other professional apps. While the Faster NVMe SSDs is a flash storage connected that is PCIe-based with a huge capability of 2TB.

And the last but not the least is the said presence of the Thunderbolt 3 that is already running in Macbook Pro. The Thunderbolt 3 for the Apple new iMac is expected to sport a good DisplayPort, USB, HDMI, VGA, and more. The new iMac also reported being launched with a new keyboard with Touch ID and Touch Bar.

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