Apple knows how to showcase a product. They are the kings in that area. Apple in their last Special Event launched a number of products including Airtag, iPad Pro, iPhone 12 Purple, Apple TV 4k, and the most fascinating product was the new iMacs. The colorful newly designed iMacs powered with Apple’s own silicon M1 SoCs.
The color iMacs isn’t something new. In the early 2000s, we witnessed colorful iMacs for the first time as G3. It’s like that feeling again. Having great iMacs on your desk with a colorful vibe to it. But the change is not just limited to colors. This time iMacs are slimmer than ever, these have the best processors M1 (as mentioned earlier), offer the same colored magic keyboard with Touch ID, magic mouse, trackpad, and cables. And the power brick also has an ethernet LAN port. Continue reading “The new @Apple M1 iMac – the “Slimmest Beast””
Since Apple launched the M1-chip-based Mac everyone is loving them. Especially Macbook Air and Mac Mini as both are money savers. Well, it’s a surprise for all the tech lovers to see the benchmarks of these devices. A $4000 iMac is failing performance in front of $700 new generation Mac Mini.