Apple have it covered... POW!
erformance and design, taken right to the edge. Engineered to the very
last detail, and then some. Brilliance onscreen, and behind it. High-performance technologies. Great
built-in apps for work and play. The idea behind iMac has never wavered: to craft the ultimate desktop
experience. The best display, paired with high-performance processors, graphics and storage — all within
an incredibly thin, seamless enclosure.
S High Sierra - A new file system Ever since System 8, the Mac has used the HFS+ file system to keep our documents and directories running smoothly, but at last year’s WWDC, a new Apple File System (APFS) was announced. It made it into iOS with the iOS 10.3 update, and with High Sierra it’s also coming to the Mac. But where the changes to iOS are largely behind the scenes, you’ll really get it see it in action in the new macOS.
One of the main tenets of High Sierra, APFS will be new the new default file system, bringing an advanced 64-bit architecture and a responsive design to cut down on the time it takes to do common tasks. Apple VP Craig Federighi quickly demoed how fast files are copied, and it should save quite a bit of time, even on older Macs. APFS also brings some heavy-duty security, including built‑in encryption, crash‑safe protections, and simplified data backup on the go.
Mac OS. It’s what makes a Mac a Mac.
hen you’re looking at the gorgeous widescreen iMac display, there’s nothing to distract you.
That’s because it’s designed to reduce reflection and the LCD is right up against the display
glass, so you see your photos, games, films and everything else in vivid, lifelike detail. Accuracy. Brightness.
Clarity. Regardless of how you measure the quality of a display, Retina is in a class by itself. The pixel density
is so high that you won’t detect a single one while using iMac. Text is so sharp, you’ll feel like you’re reading
email and documents on a printed page. And with a new, wider colour gamut, the Retina display is able to deliver
even more available colours — 25 per cent more. So every photo and video you see appears even more true to life.
Now go get yours...