Apple’s upcoming 2017 launches have been a topic of considerable discussion in the tech industry with the enthusiasts racking their brains in order to figure out what the Cupertino-based firm is slated to launch in the upcoming months. The tech giants are expected to roll out their iPhone 7 ‘S’ variants in September but prior to that, the company is pegged to unveil the iOS 11 at the WWDC conference in June. Apple has maintained a consistent timeline when it comes to the iOS version launches and it seems that the Apple Watch 3 is also on its way as well. Among all these developments in terms of handheld products and software, the Cupertino-based tech giants are all set to unveil their new state of the art all in one Macintosh desktop computer, the Apple iMac 2017.
“The current generation iMac is the best desktop we have ever made and its beautiful Retina 5K display is the best desktop display in the world.”
Now, this is definitely significant when you’re looking to go further into the details of what the iMac 2017 is about to sport. Now in terms of specifications or features of the upcoming premium desktop setup, a powerhouse of a machine is the very least that is expected.
Apple iMac (2017) Specifications
Intel’s latest Kaby Lake Processors hold the biggest premise as the chipsets are expected to feature in iMac 2017 post their launch in the CES 2017 event earlier in January. Pegged to accompany the Kaby lake processors is the AMD Polaris 10 chip in a bid to drastically enhance the performance of the next-generation all-in-one desktop. S-Series desktop chips like Core i5-7500 / Core i5-7600 / Core i7-7700K are the very chipsets which are expected to feature in the 27-inch iMac in addition to 32GB of RAM and a 2TB Fusion Drive. The upcoming version of the Apple iMac is definitely going to have an upgrade as far as the USB ports are concerned. It was earlier reported by The Bit Bag, that the Apple iMac 2017 is going to come with Thunderbolt 3 which will open up to USB Type-C connectivity. Also, much like Macbook Pro, it will feature fingerprint scanner on the touch bar as well with additional functionality for Apple Pay.
Apple iMac (2017) Release Date
Now the most probable and feasible announce date for the iMac 2017 is definitely the WWDC conference which is scheduled to take place in June. But the tech companies recent events in the last couple of years have seen the firm limit their launches in June to just software updates saving the biggie product announcements and launches for their scheduled September event, where the iPhone iterations are launched. Now whether the iMac 2017 will make an appearance in September 2017 alongside the iPhone 8 variants is what is left to be found out. Nevertheless, one basic thing which we can be sure of is that the iMac 2017 is featuring in the markets pretty soon and it is definitely going to be the powerful system in the market.