Apple releases new iMac model


Chris Pugh

Apple’s new iMac delivers with brand new features.

With the release of the new M1 iMac, Apple aims to accommodate advancing technologies with new additions.

According to an Apple press release, the new iMac comes with the breakthrough M1 chip and delivers amazing performance, so users can run a variety of apps without breaking their workflow.

“It’s super slim design fits the new age aesthetic,” said Apple employee Jack Wheeler.

It provides an 85 percent faster CPU performance as well as a 1080p HD camera, studio-quality three-microphone array, and two pairs of force-cancelling woofers placed side by side with six speakers.

“Touch ID will be a great addition. It arrives via a button on the keyboard and is protected by the Secure Enclave in M1, so the user’s fingerprint data is safe,” said Karen Haslam from Macworld.

The volume of the iMac screen reduces by 50 percent and costs $1,299.

The iMac features a 24-inch 4.5K Retina display with 11.3 million pixels, 500 nits of brightness, and over a billion colors, delivering a brilliant and vivid viewing experience.

“[The iMac] has been plain for a while, so it is cool to go back to old school stuff (like varied colors),” said Apple employee Jack Wheeler.

The ethernet cable of the new iMac has one cord to connect to the outlet.

“OL has hung on to its roots just like the new iMac is doing by maintaining those traditions,” said Wheeler.