Apple has launched a new redesigned iMac, that comes with a flat aluminium frame and glass front. It comes in seven different colours, and sports a 24-inch 4.5K Retina display which is only 11.5 millimeters in thickness.
It runs on the latest M1 chip, and supports up to 16GB unified memory and up to 2TB of SSD storage. There's a new 1080p FaceTime HD camera that utilises the M1 image signal processor on the front, and four USB-C ports on the back, including two with Thunderbolt support. On the audio front there's a six-speaker system with spatial audio and Dolby Atmos, and a three-mic array and support for "Hey Siri".
Three new Magic Keyboards have also been launched, including two with a Touch ID sensor. The new 24-inch iMac starts from ₹1,19,000, and can be ordered from 30th April, with availability from the second half of May.