Jul 13, 2016 07:09 AM EDT
‘iMac 2016’ Release Date, News & Update: New Features, Specs Revealed, Would The Device Be Apple Inc.’s First VR-Ready?
The disappointment of the fans of Apple's ultra-thin all-in-one desktop computer - "iMac 2016," has subsided as exciting new reports about the thrilling new features of the device have surfaced recently.
Because there were not enough update regarding the latest "iMac," fans who are eagerly waiting for its rumored announcement were disappointed during the tech giant's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), based on the report of Yibada.
Since the most recent "iMac" was just kicked off in October 2015, the technology enthusiasts are not expecting a new "iMac" so soon, however all is still possible. The technology world is still very enthusiastic and eager about the rumor that "iMac 2016" will be installed with latest processors and will be equipped with a virtual reality (VR) ready interface, according to MacWorld.
The reason why "iMac 2016" will have a virtual reality system is that, the tech giant aimed to reach out on a wider market system for PC users.
If the virtual reality of the device will be proven true, "iMac 2016" will be California based company's first virtual reality ready device.
Many fans also anticipated that the upcoming device will arrive with a pre-installed macOS Sierra.
If the American multinational technology company does manage an update for the "iMac" before the end of 2016, the device could have a distinctive attribute of the Kaby Lake processors.
Based on the announcement at the start of 2016, the next generation of the tech giant's iMacs is believed to have a graphics chips from Advanced Micro Devices' (AMD) Polaris set.
The Polaris chipsets will improve the upcoming "iMac's" performance, bringing down the waste heat and power consumption, and to ameliorate the speed of the device, Game and Guide reported.
However, fans should wait for the tech company to provide solid details with regard to its development and release date of the upcoming device.
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