Apple introduced the new iMac, within the WWDC 2017, along with all the changes brought by MacOS High Sierra.
With regard to the new iMac, we have monitors that are 43% brighter than previous models, and now support 1 billion colors.
The processors are the 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake for even better performance, while RAM can now reach up to 32GB in the 21.5-inch iMac and 64-GB in the 27-inch iMac.
There are two Thunderbolt 3 ports, while graphics are improved at 80%.
It goes without saying that the new iMac will support 4K, with Apple thinking that its new models are an ideal tool for those who want to create content in a virtual reality environment.
MacOS High Sierra offers a faster Safari web browser with Autoplay Blocking to prevent video playback on sites and social media, and ad tracking.
Updated is Photos, with more photo management, editing and sorting options.
The core of the operating system is also refreshed, which will have obvious benefits for file management and smooth operation of the system.
Finally, MacOS High Sierra will be compatible with most high end virtual helmets and will support the SteamVR platform.
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