Apple announced a renewal of its range of iMac desktop computers, with 21.5 and 27 inch models now featuring faster processors of between 4 and up to 8 cores and higher graphics performance with Radeon Pro Vega.
The 21.5-inch iMac now has quad or six-core Intel processors of the eighth generation that, according to the Cupertino (California) company in a statement, will allow them to be up to 60 percent faster.
This model will also have Radeon Pro Vega graphics for the first time, something that its & # 39; big brother & # 39; already had, that in turn will integrate processors of the ninth generation of 6 and 8 cores, offering performance up to 2.4 times faster.
Both devices have Retina 4K and 5K screens with up to 14.7 million pixels, one billion colors, 500 nits of brightness and a wide color range P3.
Both computers can be purchased online from Tuesday and will be available in physical stores next week at an initial price of $ 1,299 (1,499 euros in Europe) for the 21.5-inch model without 6-core processor and $ 1,799 (2,099 euros) for the 27 inch.
The bitten apple company also announced the release of a new iPad Air light tablet with a 10.5-inch retina display and A12 Bionic chip on Monday, and was also used to renew the iPad Mini with the same microprocessor and a screen 7.9 centimeters.
The new iPad is available in silver, space gray and gold, with a capacity of 64 GB and 256 GB and works with the pencil for Apple Pencil tablets, with which you can draw and write freehand, and mark documents and photo & # 39; s can retouch.
Apple has scheduled an event for March 25 that is expected to focus primarily on software developments such as the expected streaming television service following this week's hardware developments.