Along with the iPad Mini launch, Apple has unveiled a significant redesign of its iMac all-in-one desktop computer and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
iMac all-in-one desktop computer
The revamped iMac has been upgradded to the latest Ivy Bridge quad-core processors, Nvidia Kepler-class graphics (up to GeForce GT 650M for the 21.5-inch and GeForce GTX 675M for the 27-inch), 8GB of RAM and a 1TB HDD. Users can configure up to 32GB of RAM and also increase the storage to either a 3TB HDD or a 768GB SSD.
Aapple also introduced the Fusion Drive which combines 128GB of SSD with a standard HDD (1TB or 3TB). It is a larger amount of SSD cache than the typical hybrid drive. More importantly, this drive is supported natively by Mac OS X, which manages the installed apps for best performance. The OS and preloaded Apple software will be stored on the SSD by default, while frequently used files and programs will be moved to the faster SSD automatically.Read more...