Need to decide what desktop or laptop is right for you? Let’s take a closer look at Apple’s new 24-inch iMac and why this may be the one for you.
The redesign that joins the family of the iPad Pro, iPad Air and iPhone 12, exhibits sleek, slim, and flat edges, reducing the bezel around the screen by 50% to get that 24-inch display. The entry model gives you the wonderful selection of colours in blue, grey, red and silver, and expands into a total of 7 bold colours in that is a throwback to Apple’s original logo colours. Sporting Apple’s M1 processor as an arm-based system on a chip (SOC), it is now 56% faster than the prior generation iMac. Just more powerful, quiet and efficient, great as a family machine, work-from-home setup or even as a lasting staple of your home, where high quality flies gather loved ones, and store all the moments for a long time to come.
With that being said, the new iMac is not user-accessible. So it is important to consider the need of additional memory or storage capacity and decided at the time of purchase rather than later on. Simply because there are no options later on.
Now if you don’t know what Apple’s M1 processor means to you, read more about it here. Basically, it now combines all the processor, graphics, memory and super-fast unified memory (aka. RAM) all onto a single chip. This reduces all the space that has allowed the 24-inch iMac to be as thin as it is, and as it can effortlessly share data between itself efficiently, it is even more fast and fluid than before. The entry level comes with a standard of 8GB of unified memory where you can expand it to 16GB if you like to run hundreds of taps and apps simultaneously at a better performance.