Apple Remains Committed To Macs, Says Tim Cook
After the October 2016 event, with no news or launches about the new generation Mac were officially made by Apple, there were rumors that Apple is not any more interested in keeping its desktop business alive. Moreover, everyone inside the Apple started doubting whether Mac has any future or not. On Dec. 19, Apple's CEO Tim Cook announced through a memo sent to employees that Apple is not in a mood siding its desktop business. In fact, Cook even noted that "Great Desktops" are on the corners anytime soon.
The Ongoing iMac Lineup
Apple last updated the iMac on Oct. 13, 2015 and also introduced two brand new models. The all-new 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display. The revolutionary 27-inch 5K model with superb display from any desktop machine with 1.6GHz dual-core Broadwell processor, 8 GB DDR5 Memory, Thunderbolt 2 Ports with an ultra-fast speed of 20gbps per second. It also provides Wi-Fi speed at least three times that of a regular Wi-Fi routers.
What Cook Says About Apple's Long Term Strategic Plans
"Apple's biggest differentiator is its people and culture. The people inside Apple are the one who laid down the foundation of every success. Without great people and great work environment Apple would have never been what it is today. Apple wouldn't have the best products or wouldn't have the most cutting edge inventions or technologies," said Cook when asked about Apple's biggest differentiator against its counterparts. "The Desktops and the iMac are very strategic for Apple, as they are the mean machines. They provide you a variety of features like extra storage, options for using different ports and different input points which overall results in much improved performance," he added.
There Is Much More To Expect From 2017 iMac Desktops
According to rumors, this "Great Desktop" that the Apple CEO is announcing is definitely going to be the best iMac ever with the very high performing Intel i-7 7700 Kaby Lake processor family. It is likely to be unveiled during the WWDC 2017 that will take place in June next year.
Apple Plans To Have A Plastic Screen For The Upcoming iPhone 8
According to a report, the new display in next year’s major new phone, currently dubbed iPhone 8 by the rumor mill, will be a plastic OLED panel that curves ‘all over’.
Why Buying An 'Apple MacBook' Is Not A Wise Thing To Do Now
As of the moment, buying a MacBook at the very end of 2016 also comes will a lot of significant compromise. While the computers might just work, comparison-shopping between the latest three core models is unbelievably frustrating, a difficult process that's littered with aesthetic and functional tradeoffs that simply shouldn't even be the case.
Apple 'iMac 2017' Might Use Intel Xeon Instead Of Kaby Lake Processors
According to a lot of Apple rumors, the newest upcoming iMac 2017 will be featuring a 27-inch 5K Retina display, which is similar to the 2015 model. However, the difference is that the new iMac will be offering support for an OLED Touch Bar. There's also a huge possibility that the new iMac 2017 will feature the Intel Xeon processor instead of the Kaby Lake chipset.
New 27-inch iMac: Benchmark Results Reveal Faster Graphics Than Previous Models
Apple has upgraded its all-in-one PCs with benchmarks results shows up to 80% Faster Graphics to outmatch the previous generation models.
It's Official, Apple's Self-driving Cars Tech Is In The Works
Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed that the company is working on developing its own brand of self-driving cars.
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