As previously reported by The Inquisitr, it had been rumored for some time that the company would be releasing an updated iMac with a totally new design; however, Apple decided on a less flashy approach. The tech giant didn't release a redesigned version of its desktop computer but instead offered internal upgrades -- including a new camera, improved speaker and mic quality, a TrueTone display that allows better viewing in brightly lit spaces, and new 10th-generation Intel chips.
"Now more than ever, our customers are relying on the Mac. And many of them need the most powerful and capable iMac we've ever made," Apple's senior director of Mac and iPad Product Marketing said in an official statement. "With blazing performance, double the memory, SSDs across the line with quadruple the storage, an even more stunning Retina 5K display, a better camera, higher fidelity speakers, and studio-quality mics, the 27-inch iMac is loaded with new features at the same price. It's the ultimate desktop, to work, create, and communicate."
The company has also included its T2 Security Chip, which provides an extra layer of security through on-the-fly data encryption. The chip will also ensure that software on the computer has not been tampered with.