Apple unveils Indian prices of new iPads and Macs

On stage during the keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple has surely announced internal upgrades for its long-standing iMac lineup.

They'll include a 7th generation Intel core processor known as Kaby Lake at up to 4.2 GHz with up to 4.5 GHz, Apple said Monday at WWDC in San Jose.

Overall, Apple has included three new models to the main product line; an iMac 21.5-inch, a 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display, and a 27-inch iMac Retina with 5K display.

Intel Iris Plus Graphics for entry-level iMacs means performance will be up to 80 percent faster than the previous generation. All four 4K iMacs will now ship with discrete AMD GPUs. Definitely, this processors will run faster and will be more reliable, especially if you pair it with an SSD.

Upcoming OS to support peer-to-peer payments via new Pay Cash feature, putting Apple in competition with PayPal, Square Cash and Venmo.

New iMac models will be available for order this week, start June 7th. The 13-inch MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar now comes for Rs 1,09,900 which is cheaper than its previous Rs 1,29,000 price tag.

From what it looks like, Apple is trying its best with the MacBook Pro, so they are insisting on this product for the moment.

The newest member of the iMac family is a serious powerhouse. The top-end variants have seen some price bumps, though you are getting a lot more storage in return. The new operating systems are expected to be released in the spring. The device has now been made capable of extensive video editing, machine learning and AR/VR capabilities - thanks to the 22 teraflops of output power.

Options abound, with up to 4TB of storage.

As someone who has a thing for workstations - whether from Apple, Dell, HP - I can say I am thoroughly impressed with the iMac Pro.

According to Turnus, with those specs, you could easily "hook up 2 5K displays and 2 RAID arrays".

The Pro seems to be designed specifically with virtual reality (VR) and heavy graphics rendering workloads in mind, much of which will be powered by the new Radeon Pro Vega GPU.

  • Kara Saunders