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Apple iMac with Retina 4K & 5K Display (Late 2015)

Apple iMac 4K and 5K Late 2015 models

Apple just released a new iMac line-up for Holiday 2015. The new models include a new Retina 4K display to the 21.5-inch iMac for the first time, while the Retina 5K display now comes standard on every 27-inch iMac. In addition, Apple cut the price on the entry-level 27-inch 5K iMac by $200.

The new Retina displays make photos and videos more immersive and true-to-life thanks to a wider color gamut and spectacular image quality. The updated iMacs also feature more powerful processors and graphics, two Thunderbolt 2 ports and new storage options that make the high-performance Fusion Drive even more affordable.

The 21.5-inch iMac is available with the all-new Retina 4K display featuring an amazing 4096 x 2304 resolution and 9.4 million pixels, 4.5 times more than the standard 21.5-inch iMac display. Every 27-inch iMac features a Retina 5K display, the world’s highest resolution all-in-one display with a stunning 14.7 million pixels, 7 times more pixels than an HD display.

Apple iMac 5K 27-inch Late 2015 model

The new Retina displays feature a wider color gamut that brings more brilliant and true-to-life colors to your desktop. With standard sRGB-based displays, many of the colors you see in real life never make it to your screen. The new Retina 5K and 4K displays feature a wider P3-based color gamut that provides a 25 percent larger color space, and with more available colors, images are more vivid, reveal even greater detail and appear more lifelike than ever.

Faster and more powerful than ever, the new 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display now comes with sixth-generation Intel Core processors and the latest AMD high-performance graphics that deliver up to 3.7 teraflops of compute power. The new 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display features a fifth-generation Intel Core processor and enhanced Intel Iris Pro Graphics. Two Thunderbolt 2 ports now come standard on all iMacs and deliver up to 20Gbps data transfer speeds for external drives and high-performance peripherals. And three stream 802.11ac Wi-Fi allows iMac to support up to 1.3Gbps wireless networking.

Apple iMac 4K and 5K Late 2015 models

Fusion Drive combines the large storage capacity of a hard drive with the high performance of flash to deliver shorter boot times and faster access to apps and files. Fusion Drive works in conjunction with OS X to adapt to the way you use your iMac and automatically moves the files and apps you use most often to flash storage. The incredible performance of Fusion Drive is now more affordable with a new, lower-priced configuration that pairs a 1TB hard drive with 24GB of fast flash. Fusion Drive is also available with 2TB and 3TB configurations with 128GB of fast flash for more demanding workloads. For the ultimate in storage performance, optional all flash storage is available up to 1TB and is now up to 2.5 times faster.

Ever new iMac comes with OS X El Capitan, iMovie, GarageBand and the suite of iWork apps (Pages, Numbers and Keynote). It also comes standard with the new Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2, and customers can order the new Magic Trackpad 2 as an option.

Pricing & Availability

  • The 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display (Late 2015) is available now in three configurations:
    • $1,799
    • $1,999 – adds Fusion Drive
    • $2,299 – doubles Fusion Drive storage
      • A maxed out configuration costs $4,149
  • The 21.5-inch iMac (Late 2015) is available now in three configurations:
    • $1,099 – 1.6GHz Processor
    • $1,299 – 2.8GHz Processor
    • $1,499 – 3.1GHz Processor with a Retina 4K display
      • A maxed out configuration costs $2,449
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