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New Powerful Apple iMac 27 inch 2020
iMac 27 inch 2020
The Apple iMac 27 inch 2020 model is a 5k ultra-thin all in one desktop computer, loaded with the latest processors, fast memory, amazing graphics, and ultrafast SSD storage. The 5k Retina display is better than ever coupled with True tone technology and optional nano texture glass. The new nano texture glass offers a better during bright lighting conditions.
The refreshed specs go past just the latest 10 core 10th generation renewing the 27-inch iMac; the newest iMac desktop will also offer beefed-up memory, a Retina 5K display, next-gen graphics, and updated cameras, speakers, and mics.
For starters, the new iMac 27 inch will support up to 10-core 10th generation Intel processors with Turbo Boost speeds of up to 5.0GHz. Apple said that the upgrades should translate to 65% faster CPU performance. It’s also duplicating memory capacity to 128GB.
iMac 27 Inch Display
This generation 27-inch features True Tone for the first time, allows the ambient light sensor on the iMac’s front to detect the subtle lighting changes within the room, and enhances the end-user display. True Tone has been a part of Apple’s Macs for years now, but this is the first time it’s been included with an iMac display.
The feature adjusts both the color and the display’s intensity to harmonize the room’s lighting, allowing for a more paper-like viewing event that cuts down on eyestrain.
For an additional $500, the 27-inch iMac models can be customized with a nano-texture glass option, which was first offered for the Pro Display XDR. Nano-texture glass is intended to offer more exceptional viewing under lighting conditions like a bright room or direct sunlight, chopping down on glare.
It offers a matte finish, but unlike traditional matte finishes that use a coating outside to diffuse light, the nano-texture glass emphasizes etching on the nanometer level, hence the name.
Apple states that nano-texture glass is intended to produce extremely low reflectivity and glare while still allowing astronomical image quality and contrast.
iMac 27 inch Graphics
The striking graphics are powered by the Radeon Pro 5300 or 5500 Xt graphic cards. These graphic cards, not only power the built-in display but allows you to run up to one 6K display or two 5K displays, or two 4K displays.
Inside, the 27-inch iMac is equipped with the 10 generation chips with up to 10 cores at the highest-priced iMac. The Turbo boost comes screaming in at up to 5.GHz, which is 65% faster CPU performance.
The added security, the 27 inch iMac features the Apple T2 chip, which provides spot data encryption, and software boot security.
iMac 27 inch 2020 Memory
The 21.5 inch iMac can be configured to an impressive 32GB of RAM memory. And the 27‑inch iMac can be configured to 128GB — which is double the capacity of the early generation — to blaze through the most complex pro workflows up to twice as fast.
iMac 27 inch 2020 Storage
The most powerful configuration on the iMac 27-inch (2020) comes with the 3.6 GHz 10-core 10th generation Intel core i9 processor, AMD Radeon Pro 5700XT GPU with 16GB of GDDR6 memory, 128 GB of RAM, and up to 8TB SSD.
The fact is the entry-level iMac still performs amazingly with the Intel Core i5 core processor.
The 27inch iMac has an ultrafast SSD with speed up to 3.4 GB/s. It also supports up to an outstanding 8TB SSD. For the first time, the 2020 27-inch iMac models incorporate an Apple-designed T2 chip, which Apple has been rolling out to the entire Mac lineup.
The T2 chip offers data encryption for everything stored on the SSD, and it additionally makes sure software loaded when booting up your Mac hasn’t been tampered with and is free from malware. Apple assumes that the T2 chip provides the most reliable storage and boot process for any computer.
27 inch iMac 2020 Summary
The speakers have been upgraded the previous generation and include speakers with variable eq with deeper bass, greater balance, and higher accuracy. The FaceTime camera also has been boosted to 1080p, and the improvement is easily noticed.
The 27-inch iMac comes in three different standard configurations in 2020 and have the ability to upgrade whatever you see fit to meet your needs.
- 3.1GHz 6-core processor – $1,799
- 3.3GHz 6-core processor – $1,999
- 3.8GHz 8-core processor – $2,299
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