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Apple Reportedly Releasing New Models of iMac Next Week

A recent report suggests that two new iMacs will be released in the upcoming week, with the boost of processor speed

Jun 11 2014, 9:26am CDT | by

Apple Reportedly Releasing New Models of iMac Next Week
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Apple might be planning to introduce new models of its desktop lineup, as a new report claims that the iMac brand is going to be refreshed next week, with upgraded processor speed.

According to Apple Insider, the report has been published by Mac Generation, stating that two new iMac models are going to be released in the last part of the upcoming week. Despite the introduction of the Retina display version, the publication suggests that the next models of iMac might include the enhancement of processor speed.

In the recently introduced OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks (beta), the names of two unknown iMac versions, known as “iMac 15,1” and “iMac 15,n,” have been found. Moreover, back in April, it was noticed that the Intel Haswell chips for future iMacs were provided with an average speed boost of 1000 MHz. Consequently, the rumor about launching two new iMacs has been strengthened even more.

Mac Generation’s claim might be true, as it previously made an accurate prediction about the update of another Apple’s product, called the MacBook Air, back in April 2014.   

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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