Apple’s colorful new iMacs feature a sleeker design and the M1 chip

Apple’s M1 chip is finally making its way to iMacs, along with a slew of other long-awaited upgrades. The latest batch of iMacs finally bring color back into the company’s desktop computers, with an array of pastel cases, and they start with a 24-inch model, instead of 21.5-inches. The sleek new design has far slimmer screen bezels than the last iMacs, as well as a completely flat rear case. Say goodbye to the iMac hump, and hello to a much more modern-looking all-in-one PC.

As for other upgrades, the new iMacs feature updated 1080p FaceTime cameras, as well a revamped microphone and speaker array.  


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