Apart from all the announcements Apple made during its Spring Loaded event, there are always a few things the company rearranges without much alarm. This time around, for instance, Apple has quietly reduced the price of the nano-texture display upgrade on the 27-inch iMac.
When Apple presented a new 27-inch iMac in 2020, the company introduced a nano-texture upgrade for those who want to reduce glare. First available with the Pro Display XDR, this feature was priced for $500 extra in the 27-inch iMac. Now, it costs $300 more.
Different from the recently announced 24-inch iMac, the 27-inch model still features an Intel processor. With a 5K Retina display, it has the tenth-generation Intel chip with up to 128GB of RAM, 8TB of SSD, and with graphics configurable to AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT with 16GB of GDDR6 memory.
The 27-inch iMac has a variety of I/O ports, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and comes with the classic Mac design.
Weirdly, while this model received a cut-off in the nano-texture upgrade, the Pro Display XDR, debuted in 2019, still costs $1,000 more for those who want a nano-texture glass.
The Pro Display XDR has a 6K 32-inch Retina display, with 1600 nits peak and contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. Apple promises a wide viewing angle for $4.999, while the Pro Display XDR with nano-texture costs $5,999.
Apple also sells separately the VESA Mount Adapter from the Pro Display XDR.
Catch up on all of Apple’s announcements from its Spring Loaded special event in our full recap right here.
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