13th of October brings 21.5-inch iMac with 4K Display

As reported by 9to5mac‘s sources, we are scheduled to see the release of the brand new Retina 4K 21.5-inch  iMac on Tuesday 13th October. This iMac features a high quality graphics processor and outstanding 4K supporting resolutions up to 4096 x 2304. Apple fans are eagerly awaiting these new 21.5-inch iMacs which is due for release, preloaded with Mac OS X 10.11, El Capitan. It is going to prove to be interesting to see of El Capitan performs on the hardware that it was designed for.

Outstanding 4K Display

Graphics have received a complete overall and are the main focus of this fantastic new mac. In actual fact the other aesthetic features have not changed at all. The 4K display is highly anticipated and translates to a pixel density of 218 pixels per inch. Users across the world have been questioning whether or not this iMac features an update to Skylake.

Unfortunately it is not likely that next week will bring anything new in the form of Skylake, despite eager demand we are left with a Broadwell chipset. Shipments are expected to begin with a supply of roughly 1.5 million units. Retina has been out of reach for most users and this new iMac appears to be changing that trend through its relative affordability.


High Demand for 21.5-inch iMacs

4K Display iMacs have been in high demand and Apple is most likely expecting their 1.5 million units to not last long.  With the launch of the 21.5-inch 4k iMac in about a week, fans are asking whether or not we will see a simultaneous launch of the new Magic Mouse 2 featuring Force Touch integration and Apple’s new Bluetooth Keyboard with extended battery life. This is one of the biggest updates seen in recent years to the iMac platform, with the last update of a similar magnitude being in 2013.