5K iMac: More performance, SSDs displace magnetic hard drives
August 5, 2020
Apple’s new 5K iMac is said to be significantly more powerful. By default, all iMacs finally come with SSD and T2 chip – but remain in the old case.
Apple updated its all-in-one series on Tuesday. The 27 “iMac with 5K display receives extensive innovations: It is now equipped with Intel processors of the current 10th generation , 5 GHz, Apple delivers the top model (a good 2500 euros) with an eight-core processor with 3.8 GHz (Turbo Boost up to 5 GHz).
For the first time, the manufacturer also offers an Intel Core i9 with 10 cores as an option at an additional cost, which, depending on the configuration, ranges from 500 to 600 euros and should offer up to 65 percent more processor performance compared to the top model with eight cores last year.