Touchscreen iMac Concept Features Siri, Ivy Bridge Processor, Retina Display [Video]
Recently How To Arena has reported that Apple will launch the new iMacs in June or July this year and the new iMacs will come with Intel’s Core i5 and Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors. Now you can watch touchscreen iMac concept video. According to 9to5Mac, 3D animation student Joakim Ulseth has created a video which shows touchscreen iMac concept. The video shows a touchscreen enabled iMac, which is running on both iOS 5 and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Touchscreen iMac concept features Siri, Retina-Display, Ivy Bridge Processor, and Thunderbolt.
Touchscreen iMac concept video shows a 27 inch touchscreen enabled iMac running on both OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 5. It features Intel’s Ivy Bridge i5 and i7 processors, Retina display with 4096×2304 resolution and 174 pixels per inch pixel density. Touchscreen iMac also includes two thunderbolt ports which can be used to transfer data at a high-speed. The video shows the use of Siri voice assistant feature in touchscreen enabled iMac. You can watch the touchscreen iMac concept video embedded below.
This video is really very interesting. Recently a tipster from Chinese supply chain has claimed that Apple will launch Ivy Bridge equipped iMac after the launch of 15 inch MacBook Pro which will come with Intel’s Core i5 and Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor. If Apple launches iMac and MacBook Pro with Intel’s Core i5 and Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors then it would be the first company to use Intel’s Core i5 and Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors in MacBook Pros and iMacs.
Recently Macrumors has reported that the next generation iMac will come with anti-reflective glass. They have received this information from Digitimes who claims that G-Tech Optoelectronics will produce anti-reflective glass for the next generation iMac and Apple has already signed an agreement with this company for the production of anti-reflective glass.