New iMac To Arrive In Between Late 2012 To Early 2013

New iMac In this year’s World Wide Developers Conference Apple have announced upgrade of almost every computer that they provide. The announcement of WWDC at San Francisco is largely appreciated by millions of fans and followers around the world.  But some people feel that they did not give enough concentration to professional desktop computer. After finishing the keynote at the event the apple CEO Tim Cook answered few questions that were sent to him by email. One question was related to this matter. In his answer Mr. Cook said that the professional desktop users are very important for the company and the apple team is up to a new project regarding the pro customers of apple that is most likely to come at the beginning of next year. In his word that upgrade is “really great’ and the professional will love it.

However there are rumors that iMac may come sooner that the scheduled time. The new model of Macbook pro that was shown in this event matches the specs of the previously leaked details of a fifteen inch non retina display. According to MacRumor the leak was legitimate. The leaked specifications of the new iMac described this upcoming as iMac13, 2. The device will run on 3.4 GHz Core i7-3770 which is a quad core processor. The machine will have one 4 GB 1600 MHZ Random Access Memory (RAM) and operate on Mountain Lion, OS X 10.8. The mountain Lion is the next generation Operating System of Apple that is scheduled to release on July of this year. If you still have any doubt about this new iMac specification then you should listen to the New York Times reporter who wrote that the ignorance shown by Apple to the desktop computer makes us think about the future of this genre of computer. Although an inside informer of his assured him that one upgrade is in the process that will come by late 2012.

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