Apple's long-running personal computer design, scheduled for it back in 2012, has now disintegrated, and a new iMac has taken its place. The newest edition of the previously 21.5-inch iMac has been redesigned to be 24 inches. The iMac's modern design is making headlines everywhere, but it's also the first M1-powered Mac, which sets a high standard.
In terms of computer architecture, the iMac has remained essentially unchanged since 2012. The Mac's large screen was neatly blown out from the back, giving it a sharp-edged look, and it also rested atop a single curved foot to support it. It's surprising that Apple waited this long to update the iMac interface, given that the Macbook Air, which was also left in the dust generations ago, received a significant physical design overhaul in 2018.
The newest iMac also comes in seven different color choices, most likely inspired by the vibrant 1999 iMac G3 series. In retrospect, the nostalgia run is pretty entertaining to watch, but in these dark days, we would need a splash of color to remind ourselves that joy still exists. So, if you want to make a bold and colorful comment, the new iMac is the way to go.
You can also fit the four-color choices with new Apple accessories such as color-accented mice and keyboards. The keyboard has also been revamped, with rounded corners and an emoji key, as well as the option to color coordinate the keyboard.
The new iMac will launch at $1,299 and followed by a $1,499 model available in seven colors on the Apple website.
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