Reasons For The 'Apple iMac 2017' Postponed Release Unveiled

The all-in-one PC would be created with the Intel Kaby Lake Processing Unit. In a statement by iTech Post, the tech giant has not yet said much about the heavily-hyped release during the company event last October. Despite this, the iMac 2017 is expected to be launched next year, sometime in March.

Apart from this proof, Apple is expected to release a Pro 2 version of the iPad as well. In terms of features and specs, one of the rumored features of the iMac 2017 include being equipped with an Intel Kaby Lake set of chips.

According to Enstarz, with the help of this new technology, the iMac 2017 is poised to be one of the most powerful units around. This is believed to be the right thing to do, given that it would be given heavy-duty applications for editing video and photos, as well as gaming.There are also other rumors that suggest that the iMac would be compatible with Virtual Reality devices, which would entail having a Polaris 11 or 10 GPU, rather than a Kaby Lake.

It's All About the Perfect Timing for the iMac 2017

According to The Bit Bag, it is expected to sport a 27-inch, 5K Retina display similar to the 2015 iteration. Other rumored features include a Touch Bar that employs OLED Technology, which has also been used by Apple in the latest edition of the MacBook Pro

As of the moment, Apple Inc. hasn't spilled any information about the upcoming iMac 2017 which indicates that the company's fans will have to wait for its debut in early 2017, perhaps to happen in the very first quarter. There has been no official word coming from the Cupertino-based tech giant, regarding the real specs of the iMac 2017, which simply means that fanatics would have to wait for its launch early on in 2017, most likely within the first quarter.

Certain reports have also stated that Apple fans would be getting a sneak-peek of the Apple product during the Consumers Electronics Show (CES), which is slated for the next year.

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