Next month we could see all-new iMacs from Apple sporting OS X Yosemite and a higher-resolution Retina display.
9to5 Mac reports Apple is in the last stages of testing these machines, designed to be the future of Apple's desktop computers.
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As for the exact resolution of the new iMacs, rumors from September 12 pointed to a 27-inch model with a 5K screen. Meanwhile, code found in the OS X Yosemite beta refers to new display resolutions, specifically 6400 x 3600, 5760 x 3240 and 4096 x 2304.
Purportedly these beyond HD resolutions will help media creators on OS X product 4K-footage in the newly improved versions of iMovie and Final Cut Pro.
Apple picking season
Evidence of a new Retina iMac is mounting weeks before Apple's expected October event. Following the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch reveal, we're anticipate Apple will put on yet another product launch brimming with new devices.
Early reports have suggested we will see the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 alongside with OS X Yosemite. This pairing will most likely allow Apple to show off its new Hand-Off feature, which allows for seamless communication between iOS 8 mobile devices and OS X Yosemite desktops.
Along with these newly rumored iMacs, rumor has it the Cupertino company will also launch a new Mac Mini.
Whatever Apple has planned stay tuned to this space for the latest updates.
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