Instead, it's a small-scale update to macOS Sierra going from macOS 10.12 to 10.13. Apple said the computer is the most powerful Mac it has ever built, with the latest and most powerful processors on the market. Apple's four software platforms - iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS - provide seamless experiences across all Apple devices and empower people with breakthrough services including the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud. Together, these deliver up to 11 Teraflops of single-precision graphics computation (22 Teraflops at "half precision"), and the most advanced graphics ever put inside a Mac. The company also teased a new Mac Pro, which will be available by the end of this year.
The 27in iMac models get Fusion drives as standard and up to 64GB of RAM. Talking of storage, the iMac Pro comes out with support for up to 128GB ECC memory and up to 4TB of 3GB/s SSD storage. It carries up to twice the memory as the past generation. The new MacBook Air models will also get a bump in processor speed. The new iMacs come with Intel Kaby Lake processors and also include memory boost.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro has a 3.5 GHz Kaby Lake Core i7 (Turbo Boost 4.0 GHz) high-end option and the 15-inch tops out with a 3.1 GHz Kaby Lake Core i7 (Turbo Boost 4.1 GHz). Both come with Touch Bar with Touch ID and Thunderbolt 3.
Coach Valverde leaves Athletic, will reportedly join Barca
"Regarding Barcelona's supposed interest, I don't usually talk about other teams and I won't start doing so now". Valverde is widely reported to be the frontrunner for the forthcoming vacancy at Barca.
Apple today updated its iMac line with three times more powerful graphics, faster processors, Thunderbolt 3, faster storage options and brighter Retina displays and added a Retina 4K display and discrete graphics to the $1,299 (US) 21.5-inch iMac.
Due on sale this December, the iMac Pro has the same exterior design as the standard 27-inch Mac but with an alluring Space Grey finish plus matching keyboard and mouse. It also features support for 1 billion colours.
We'll see how the iMac Pro performs (and how much it'll cost in New Zealand) by December, which is a long time to wait.