Apple has spec-bumped its iMac range including the 27-inch and 21.5-inch iMac as well as the iMac Pro. The iconic all-in-one desktops get up to 10th Gen Intel Core processors, higher resolution 1080p FaceTime cameras (finally!) and now get SSD storage as standard across the line.
In a market dominated by laptops, tablets and other mobile devices, Apple‘s iMac still accounts for nearly a third of 14.5 million all-in-one desktop computers sold in 2010. The iconic iMac, first unveiled in 1997, comprised close to 33 percent of the total all-in-one units sold in 2010 according to data by DisplaySearch and Bloomberg. This is an impressive number considering portable and mobile Mac products account for over 70 percent of Apple’s computer sales.
I had the opinion that the previous iMac Intel form-factor was the perfect example of beauty and practicality. Perfect almost. (except for the dreaded Mighty Mouse). So how do you, or can you top that? How do you perfect perfection? Well, what do you know? The hardworking Apple Design Team has done it again. Not ones to be satisfied (ever! and ‘Amen’ to that), they’ve taken perfection to yet another level (Win PC manufacturers eat this!).