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Apple Announces New 24-inch iMac and Apple TV 4K

The new iMac is powered by Apple M1 Chip

Apple Announces New 24-inch iMac and Apple TV 4K

Yesterday, the Cupertino giant held its Spring Loaded event in which the company launched lots of interesting products. We will talk about the new 24-inch iMac and the new Apple TV 4K. For the first time, the new iMac is powered by the new Silicon from Apple. On the other hand, the Apple TV 4K gets two-generation old Bionic SoC which is pretty powerful for a streaming device. Let us see the specifications, features and price of the new iMac models and Apple TV 4K in detail and learn the launch date if the same.

24-inch iMac Specifications

It features a 24-inch 4.5K Retina display with a resolution of 4480 x 2520 pixels. The display supports True Tone colour calibration, covers 100% of the P3 wide color space and can crank up the brightness to 500 nits. It features a low reflectivity coating and the whole unit is just 11.5 thick.

Under the hood, it is powered by the new Apple M1 Chip, which promises 85% better CPU performance than previous Intel models, 2x GPU performance, and 3x faster machine learning performance. According to the company they have managed to reduce the fan speed by 10dB by replacing one large fan with two small ones. It will have up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of SSD storage.

In terms of connectivity, it offers Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth v5, 4x USB Type-C ports out of which two are Thunderbolt. For multimedia, the new iMac includes a studio-quality 3-mic array and a Dolby Atmos-certified 6-speaker system combined with force-cancelling woofers coupled with high-performance tweeters.

Apple Announces New 24-inch iMac and Apple TV 4K

The company has also launched a new Magic Keyboard with colour options similar to the iMac and sport new keys for Spotlight, Dictation, Do Not Disturb, and emoji. In addition, there will be another Magic Keyboard model that supports wireless Touch ID and Numpad. The base model of the iMac will be available in Blue, Green, Red, Silver colours whereas the higher end ones will be available in Yellow, Orange, and Purple.

Apple TV 4K Features

Apple Announces New 24-inch iMac and Apple TV 4K

The new Apple TV 4K is powered by the A12 Bionic chipset that supports high-frame HDR content. It comes with a new Colour Balance feature which lets users adjust the colour tone using their iPhones. This is done with the help of the light sensor on the iPhone which measures the colour output and adjusts the TV accordingly.

With the Apple TV, the company also unveiled a new Siri Remote which will be available for purchase separately. It is compatible with older Apple TV 4K and HD models. The remote comes with a touch-enabled clickpad, and motion sensor and a dedicated Siri button.

Pricing and Availability

The new generation 24-inch iMac will be sold at a price of ₹1,19,900 for the variant with 256GB storage and for the model with 512GB of storage you will have to spend ₹1,59,000. The higher-end models will come with Touch ID-enabled Magic Keyboards.

The company will start selling the new iMac models from next month in India. The Apple TV 4K the pricing starts at ₹18,900. Users can also pick the new Siri Remote separately for ₹5,800 and avail of AppleCare+ for ₹2,900. Both the new iMac and streaming device will be available for pre-order from April 30th and will start shipping in May.

 

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