Apple Updates iMac With Faster Processors and Graphics

Apple Updates iMac With Faster Processors and Graphics

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NoGoodNick - March 20, 2019 at 2:40pm
Looking into it in more detail, I’m surprised they’re pushing the fusion drives, since their reliability hasn’t stood up as compared to other storage options. For a non-replaceable main drive, it’s an utterly irresponsible offering. I’m also surprised that there’s no i7 options, as that would be a natural choice for such a high-end product. In short, their short changing users in options illustrates that Apple STILL considers these to be ‘dead-in-the-water products, meaning they’ll likely NOT be widely supported or upgraded. Not the way to inspire confidence in a new product. Apple users DON’T mind paying for quality, but when Apple offers only the least reliable products, at the same ‘premiere’ pricing models, it’s no wonder users upgrade frequency is falling so dramatically. Still, it’s mighty tempting, even when the pricing for the more realistic options is closer to $3,000 .
NoGoodNick - March 20, 2019 at 2:08pm
No details on reliability related to heating issues, but these are advances users are likely to jump on, despite the hirer costs. These are substantial upgrades, unlike the other recent Apple upgrades. However, they’d probably do better if they DIDN’T include the non-ergonomic keyboard and mice, letting users do what they’ll do anyway, and purchase their own 3rd party products.
Great! - March 19, 2019 at 11:27pm
How well does it run under heavy load? Please have adequate cooling!
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