Apple has launched its iMac 2012 with slim profile. Th new iMacs were unveiled at the Apple event, along with other devices like iPad mini and MacBook Pro 13. Since 2011, this is first update to Apple’s all-in-one lineups that brings the Intel’s 3rd generation Ivy Bridge CPU to the iMac as well as thin display.
The new iMac comes in two models, 27-inch and 21.5-inch versions. The 27-inch iMac 2012 has a display of 2,560×1,440 pixels while the 21.5-inch desktop features 1,920×1,080 pixels display.
Processor options for the new iMac include Core i5 and Core i7 chips, along with NVIDIA’s new graphics cards and up to 32GB of onboard memory. Apple has added Thunderbolt port to the new iMac and will be offered with 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard-drive.
You can customize the iMac with considerably higher specifications. There’s the option of up to 768GB of flash storage or either a 1TB or 3TB traditional hard-drive. The device also includes Apple Fusion Drive, that will combine both solid-state and hard-drive storage into a hybrid for the speed advantages.
The new Apple iMac 2012 will be shipped with a wireless keyboard and either a Magic Trackpad or a Magic Mouse.
New 21.5-inch iMac release date is set to November while the 27-inch model will ship in December. The 21.5-inch Apple iMac 2012 price starts at $1,299 while the 27-inch iMac has a starting price of $1,799.