Apple recently updated its iMac Pro where they gave users an option to add 256GB of RAM to the computer. For those who don’t see the need to own the iMac Pro and just want an iMac refresh, then you’re in luck because it seems that Apple has not forgotten about its iMac Pro and has given it an update.

The update will focus more on the processors so if you were hoping for an overhaul in terms of design and features, that is not the case. The iMac will continue to look and feel very much like its predecessors, but will benefit from using Intel’s 9th-gen processors. The 21.5-inch iMac will now feature the use of Intel’s 9th-gen 6-core processors, while the larger 27-inch iMac will feature the use of the same processors, but offer up to 8-cores which according to Apple, makes it 2.4x faster.

The updated iMacs will also feature the use of AMD’s Radeon Pro Vega graphics for those who want to game or get some video editing done, but other than that, we’re afraid there aren’t that many changes made to the computers. There have been rumors that Apple could be exploring a redesign of the iMac, but if they are, it definitely did not show up in this refresh.

If you’d like to check out the new and updated iMacs and configure them to your own needs, head on over to Apple’s website for the details.

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