Apple introduced the new iMacs models earlier this month. The computers hit the market with the new generation of Intel Kaby Lake processors, as well as new AMD Radeon Pro video cards. Obviously there is a gain in performance. According to benchmarks, this gain reaches up to 80%.
If you do not know, the default setting for the new 27 “Apple iMac has an Intel Core i5 quad-core 3.8 GHz, which has a default score of 14,886 on the GeekBench tool. The 2015 model, for example, marked 12,953.
On the other hand, the iMac has a faster processor Intel Core i7 quadcore 4.2 GHz, which simply obliterates the previous models, as you can see in the charts below. In the United States, the 27 “iMac has a price starting at US $1.8 thousand.