After being the headline because of iPhone 6 for quite some time, Apple is now all set to again take the market by storm owing to the new family of iMacs equipped with Ultra HD ‘Retina’ display screens due to be launched soon in an attempt to spike the desktop computer sales as well.
The firm will be doing the unveiling of these new iMacs along with the new Mac software known as Yosemite and new iPads next month. Kicking off with the new iPads, the design is going to be similar to iPhone 6, i.e. the gadget is going to be thin and shall come equipped with Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
According to 9to5 Mac, “A new line of iMacs with ultra high-resolution Retina Displays is in late testing stages within Apple, according to our sources who have used the future desktop computer. While the machine will sport a thin profile similar to that of the current design, which was introduced in 2012, it will be packed with new internals such as faster processors and improved Wi-Fi antennas.”
Supposedly the iPad shall sport a 9.7-inch screen and the iPad mini version shall sport a 7.9-inch screen. Reports also suggest that Apple is working on ‘iPad Plus’ that will be released next year with a screen size of 12.9 inches. The Yosemite software shall enable the users to take or make calls and receive notifications on their Mac even if they don’t have their iPhone in the same room. The software has also been given a ‘flat’ look and users will be able to search the web without requiring to start browser.
Sir Jonathan Ive who was handed over the task of designing software and hardware at Apple, shall be tackling this software as his first challenge. Fingers crossed!