Fourteen point seven million pixels make up the display on Apple’s latest iMac. That’s seven times more than on a 1080P HDTV and almost three times as many as on a 15in Retina MacBook Pro. That’s a lot of detail.
What’s more, while the £1999 price tag is hefty, it’s similar to what other manufacturers are charging for there 5K displays, and those one don’t come with an iMac attached.
In the current issue of MacUser, out now, we put the new iMac through its paces, and tell you everything you need to know about what’s inside, what it can do, and who it’s for.
We’ve also tested the new Mac mini, and have all the details on the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.
There’s a round-up iPhone 6 cases, just in time for Christmas, the best bits of OS X Yosemite, and reviews of Pixelmator for iPad, RapidWeaver 6, and Serif Affinity Designer.
Daniel Benneworth-Gray takes a break from social media, Keith Martin pays homage to Helvetica, and Steve Caplin analyses icon design.
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