Apple announces new iMac with SD card slot 3 May 2011 15:34:04
The latest iMac will be compatible with SD memory cards, Apple has announced.
It will also come with a range of other new features, including next generation quad-core processors that make it up to 70 per cent faster than the last model and powerful new graphics which deliver up to three times the performance of the previous generation.
Furthermore, it features a new HD camera for use with Apple’s FaceTime video call software, as well as Intel’s new Thunderbolt technology, which allows for faster data transfer to and from external high-performance peripherals.
“Our customers love the iMac’s aluminum enclosure, gorgeous display and all-in-one design,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice-president.
“With next generation quad-core processors, powerful new graphics, Thunderbolt technology and a FaceTime HD camera, we've made the world’s best desktop even better.”
Meanwhile, it has been rumoured that Apple is preparing to unveil a cloud computing service as part of the upcoming release of Mac OS X.
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