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iMac 2017 Latest Update: New iMac 2017 Specs Rumors, Could Roll Out In March; Old iMac Models On Sale On Amazon [VIDEO]

Apple device enthusiasts are expecting the extraordinary personal computer iMac 2017 to be released in March. As Intel has already announced the Kaby Lake processors, fresh reports suggest that Apple's ultra-thin all-in-one desktop computer iMac 2017 may be packed with the chipset.

Although the iMac 2017 is rumored to roll out with Intel Kaby Lake processors, the 27-inch iMac 2017 will likely come along with Core i5-7500, Core i5-7600 or even the Core i7-7700K, according to PC Advisor. The Cupertino based tech giant may also go for an AMD Polaris 10 graphic unit for the upcoming device. Rumor has it that Apple iMac 2017 will have a 10 USB 3.0 ports.

The tech company has no plan to take a break from the desktop segment. The upcoming iMac 2017 is very much in the pipeline, as well as some other great Mac hardwares. Even though Apple has been victorious in the smartphone scene with every new iPhone setting new records, Apple CEO Tim Cook assured their fans that a brand new iMac 2017 is likely to roll out, and the device still plays an important role in the tech giant's business. Cook also said that they have great desktops in their roadmap.

On the other hand, although the previous model of iMac is still at full price at the Apple Store, Amazon is offering a price cut on Apple's desktop computer. The e-commerce company is offering up to $112 price discount on the 21.5-inch iMac. The mid-range model of the iMac that features a 2.8GHz processor, which was originally priced at $1,300, is now on sale for $1,188. The e-retail company is also offering a price cut on the 27-inch iMac. The 1TB hard drive, 3.2GHz, 27-inch iMac version is on sale for $1,879, which is a $120 off its regular price of $1,999, Fortune has learned.

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