Apple Brings 4K to the 21.5 inch iMac this October

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This October would bring in Apple’s new 4K screen to its 21.5 inch iMac. It will come equipped with a resolution of 4096 x 2304, an improvement from its previous1920 x 1080, by the end of next month. This launch will take place alongside OS X El Capitan making the product ready for shipping by November.

New features will include faster processors and improved colour saturation. Sadly enough, the higher resolution will, in all probability, increase the price of the new iMac, reminiscent of the 5K display which raised the price of the 27-inch iMac last year. However, the current model of the 27-inch iMac might still be available for sale post the launch.

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  • djmuzi

    Yes this beautiful computer gets every time more expensive :( When I bought my iMac 2008 basic model was 999 EUR. Then with invention of Fusion Drive price rose to 1299 EUR BUT without the fusion drive including (WTF)!
    Now the basic model iMac costs 1499 EUR!!! A rise of 50%! (I’m nos speaking of the stripped-down model with core2duo for 1299 EUR though, this model is a joke).
    Yeah I know … It’s Apple and I won’t go back to Windows ….

  • Virat Singhal

    Sony brings 4K screen to the 5.5-inch xperia this November!