Let’s do a quick run down of all the new products Apple released today.
21.5 inch 4K iMac
Apple also says that this is the perfect display to view your 4K video you shot on your iPhone 6S:
On the inside of the new iMac, you’ll find a fifth-generation Intel Core processor with updated Intel Iris Pro graphics. The new iMac is priced from $1499.
Apple also made some updates with the 27 inch 5K iMac. Now, you’ll find the computer with the latest AMD Radeon R9 graphics cards and sixth-generation Intel processors, starting at $1799. That’s only $300 more than the base line 4K model, so if you need more screen real-estate, just invest another $300.
(Note the distinction between fifth and sixth-generation processor architecture. This means that only the 27 inch iMacs feature the latest Skylake Intel chips.)
The new Retina 4K iMac is available online and at Apple retail stores today. The new 27 inch 5K iMac with updated specs is also available at the same locations.
Wanna take a walk down memory lane? Apple has published a new page on their site titled “Then and Now”, displaying the differences between the very first iMac and the brand new one released today. You can visit the page here.
Magic Mouse 2
The price has gone up for this new model to $79 as opposed to the previous price of $69 for the older model.
Magic Trackpad 2
Magic Trackpad 2 pairs automatically with your Mac, so you can get to work right away. And the battery will power your Magic Trackpad 2 for about a month or more before needing a recharge.
The trackpad is available from Apple retail stores and online for $129, up from the previous $69 price point of the previous model.
The new Magic Keyboard has gotten most of the changes wen compared to the two previous products listed here, especially the name and the keys themselves.
The keyboard will run you $99, which isn’t exactly cheap for a Bluetooth keyboard.