Been waiting for Apple to finally introduce a Retinal display to its iMac all-in-one desktop computers? It looks like you wait will be over soon because it has been reported that the upcoming iMacs are in their late testing stage and will be launched soon.
Apple’s upcoming OS X Yosemite is clearly designed for high-resolution Retina displays. They have a cleaner, brighter and sharper interface but unfortunately, right now, only Apple’s laptops can showoff those features. OS X Yosemite is reported to be released to the public next month (21 October along with the new iPads), so this is definitely a perfect timing.
Retina Display was first used on an iPhone in 2010 (iPhone 4). It was then expanded to the iPad in early 2012 followed by the MacBook Pro in late 2012. So what resolution would the upcoming iMac have? According to 9to5mac, the OS X Yosemite beta has references to 3 different resolutions – 6400 x 3600, 5760 x 3240 and 4096 x 2304, so one of these could be it. On top of that, the Cupertino company has also been rumored to be working on a “5K” iMac display for launch later this year.
Apart from the new iMac, Apple will also have more stuffs for the year 2014 including the next generation iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display, and the release of OS X Yosemite. Will all these stuffs be unveiled for the 21 October 2014 event? We’ll definitely keep you updated.