Apple have updated their iMac range with brand new Retina displays and Force Touch capabilities that work hand in hand with a new range of wireless accessories.
The new 21.5-inch entry level iMac now features a 4K display, while the 27-inch top of the line model comes with a 5K display (5120×2880).
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Along with the new displays the new models come with a sixth generation core processor capable of up to 4.0GHz. The models have also been given two Thunderbolt 2 ports which boast transfer speeds of up to 20GBps, and Wifi speeds of up to 1.3GBps.
The new Fusion Drive storage which is a fancy name for a Hybrid drive, will come in three versions. 1TB magnetic drive with 24GB of flash memory, a 2TB magnetic drive with 128GB of flash memory, and a 3TB magnetic drive with 128Gb of flash memory.
The three models in the 27-inch 5K display will range from £1449, to £1599, to £1849. while the 21.5-inch will come in 3 price ranges too, being £899, £1049, and £1199.
Apple will also bundle the new Apple Magic Keyboard and Mouse with every new iMac. There are no set dates for these new iMacs as of yet, but they are expected to be released in early 2016.