‘iPhone 7 Launching’: iMac Models will Support AMD Graphic Chips Instead of Intel; More Products to Be Introduced! [DETAILS HERE]By Shunie Pearl C. Dela Cruz
As per tradition, the launching of iPhone 7 is already set in September 7 this year as confirmed by Apple. Netizens are excited for the upcoming Apple event because of the fact that Apple is used to surprise the world with their announcements during the event. In the upcoming launching of iPhone 7, Apple is rumored to introduce the Apple pencil, 5K monitor, MacBook Pro 2016, MacBook Air, new versions of iMac Desktop and a lot more. Could it be true that iMac models will support MAD graphic chips instead of Intel?
For the past few months, fans are fixated on the rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone Plus without knowing that Apple has more than in store for them. According to the report of Time, Apple is planning to introduce new updates on Macs as well as the iPad Pro.
The publication also said that Apple revealed through Bloomberg reports about the new Mac devices the company are working on. These might include the new MacBook Air, new versions of iMac desktop and the newest 5K monitor which is rumored to be in collaboration with LG. The most awaited MacBook Pro will also be highlighted together with its features that include USB Type-C port, flatter keyboard and digital function keys. Furthermore, the report claimed that the newest iMac models will utilized the AMD graphic chips.
However, MacWorld reported that MacBook Pro 2016 will not be introduced during the event with undisclosed reasons. But the show must go since Apple will introduce to the public the newest Apple Pencil that is compatible with the trackpad of MacBook Pro. Apple pencil is said to rival the evolving Samsung and Microsoft styluses. This newest accessory has features such as annotating files more broadly across the software like iMessage, Mail and Safari.
The launching date is just six days away and fans of the Cupertino-based products are excited to witness the whole revelation that could change the landscape of today's mobile technology.