US-based tech giant Apple has recently launched the refreshed models of its 13- and 15-
inch MacBook Pro laptops, and it is now being rumoured that the company is planning to soon launch a new larger iMac mdodel sometime in 2014.
This information comes from French tech site ConsoMac, which has also claimed that the new Apple All-in-One will be compatible with 64-bit versions of Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.
However, it cannot be said that this new 27-inch model is the recently rumored iMac featuring a Retina 4K display.
The latest rumors have not provided much information about the device, and the leak could have been a clerical error or another sort of slip up. In other words, don’t put too much weight on the leak.
The recently released MacBook Pro laptops are equipped with the faster versions of Intel’s i5 and i7 Haswell chips as well as boast high RAM. All the versions in 13-inch sport 8GB of RAM, while all 15-inch versions have 16GB of RAM.
The company has also provided the option of build-to-order for customers who are not satisfied with the available configurations. These options include a 3.0GHz dual-core i7 processor for the 13-inch MacBook Pro, a 2.8GHz quad-core i7 processor for the 15-inch model, or 1TB of flash storage for both the 13- and the 15-inch variants.