5 Things To Know About Apple’s New M1-Powered iMac
Apple is launching a fully redesigned version of its iMac all-in-one, based around its high-performance M1 processor.
The New iMac
While the industry has seen a drop in demand for desktop PCs amid the shift to work from home, Apple believes its M1 chip—along with a number of other improvements—should be able to drum up interest in its new iMac. On Tuesday, the company announced that its all-in-one desktop has gotten a major redesign built around the Apple-designed M1 processor. The M1 is coming to the iMac for the first time, following the introduction of the chip last November with new versions of the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini.
Apple unveiled the new iMac for 2021 during its virtual product event Tuesday, which also included the announcement of new iPad Pro models featuring the M1 for the first time. What follows are five key things to know about Apple’s first M1-powered iMac.