Apple adjusts IMAC Pro product line: 10 core Intel Xeon processor starts

It house reported on August 4 that apple, in addition to releasing 2020 IMAC consumer grade new products, has also made some very small adjustments to the IMAC Pro product line. The IMAC Pro basic now includes a 10 core Intel Xeon processor, but unfortunately, IMAC Pro does not have a new nano textured glass display option. < / P > < p > through today’s update, Apple has completely removed the 8-core IMAC pro from the product line, and moved the 10 core IMAC Pro down to the most basic position. This means that the $4999 basic IMAC Pro now has a 10 core Xeon processor, but you can still manually add the configuration to 18 cores. < / P > < p > previously, IMAC has been close to IMAC pro in performance in 2019, so these changes are to help better distinguish IMAC and IMAC pro. < / P > < p > one of the biggest changes for non pro iMacs is the introduction of new nano texture display options. Although the IMAC still comes with a glossy display by default, you can upgrade to a nano texture coating for $500. Apple’s nano textured glass was first introduced on the pro display XDR display, which costs $1000 to upgrade. < / P > < p > the 2020 IMAC also adds a new 1080p webcam, as well as Apple’s T2 security chip, improved microphone and speaker. Apple has also given up SHD hard disk, in favor of all solid-state SSD hard disk lineup. Continue ReadingDeveloped a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing