Apple is reportedly in the ‘late testing stage’ as it prepares to launch an updated line of iMac desktop computers.
9to5Mac sources believe the new all-in-ones will contain the high resolution Retina Display technology for the first time.
The desktops, also tipped to boast a similarly slim profile and design language, could feature faster processors and Wi-Fi antennas.
According to the report, they could be launched alongside the Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite update expected sometime in October, alongside a 12-inch Retina MacBook Air and new iPad models.
The company is rumoured to have been working on a 5K iMac for quite a while now, so it wouldn’t be a complete surprise.
It would be unlikely the Retina iMacs, if they arrive, would replace the existing models. If previous form is anything to go by, the higher-res models would be available as luxury alternatives.
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