Apple is making an iMac with pros in mind

ENGADGET | on Tue, Apr 4, 8:51 AM

Schiller claims that touch input "doesn't even register" on the concerns brought up by pros. They're thinking "performance and storage and expandability," he says. This probably doesn't mean tearing open your iMac like you would a typical mid-tower desktop, but there are obvious candidates for improvements. You could see faster processors (such as Xeons or Core i7s with more than four cores), better graphics chipsets than the mobile parts you see now, higher-capacity storage options and, of c...

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