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  • This is an Apple sales tool intended for face-to-face presentations to customers. Please do not distribute.\n\nFonts: Apple presentations use only the Myriad Set font family.\n\nDisplay settings: This presentation is formatted at 1680 by 1050 pixels (16-by-10 ratio); therefore, it should be viewed on a monitor with a horizontal resolution of at least 1680 pixels. For best results, display the presentation in millions of colours.\n\nDisplaying the presentation: Keynote presentations require Mac OS X v10.4.11 or later and iWork ’09. You need at least 8MB of video memory to play animations. Note that only transition animations play well with the minimum amount of memory; build animations may appear to stutter. Keynote plays animations best on computers with 32MB of video memory or more. You can find out how much memory you have using Apple System Profiler. If two displays are connected and set to high resolutions, you may not be able to play the presentation at all. \n\nPrinting the presentation with speaker notes: Go to the Page Setup dialog and select the portrait option. Go to the Print dialog and select Keynote from the options pop-up menu. Under Print, select “Slides With Notes.” Do not distribute speaker notes to customers.\n
  • My name is [presenter’s name].\n\nI’m excited to tell you about the all-new iMac — the fastest, most powerful iMac we’ve ever built.\n
  • iMac is seeing great success in the market and has received many accolades from the press, analysts, and consumers. \n
  • iMac has earned the title of the ultimate all-in-one.\n
  • Here’s a quick overview of all the key things that make iMac the ultimate all-in-one computer. \n- beautiful, elegant, award-winning aluminium and glass enclosure\n- brilliant LED displays and the highest display resolution on the 27-inch \n- fastest processors and most powerful graphics in an all-in-one\n- quietest operation of any all-in-one and the world’s greenest all-in-one\n
  • The new iMac takes the world’s ultimate all-in-one and makes it even better. \n\n
  • Even though there aren’t any major changes to its award winning aluminium and glass design, the new iMac is radically different on the inside featuring incredible performance with next-generation Intel Core processors, all-new graphics, groundbreaking Thunderbolt I/O, and amazing FaceTime HD camera.\n
  • Even though there aren’t any major changes to its award winning aluminium and glass design, the new iMac is radically different on the inside featuring incredible performance with next-generation Intel Core processors, all-new graphics, groundbreaking Thunderbolt I/O, and amazing FaceTime HD camera.\n
  • Even though there aren’t any major changes to its award winning aluminium and glass design, the new iMac is radically different on the inside featuring incredible performance with next-generation Intel Core processors, all-new graphics, groundbreaking Thunderbolt I/O, and amazing FaceTime HD camera.\n
  • Even though there aren’t any major changes to its award winning aluminium and glass design, the new iMac is radically different on the inside featuring incredible performance with next-generation Intel Core processors, all-new graphics, groundbreaking Thunderbolt I/O, and amazing FaceTime HD camera.\n
  • The first significant change is the transition to Intel’s 2nd generation core processors, across the line. These new processors integrate processor, graphics engine, cache and memory controller on one die. Having everything on one die allows for closer proximity and accelerates data transfer for much faster performance. \n
  • The previous generation of iMac had three dual-core configurations and one quad-core configuration.\n
  • The previous generation of iMac had three dual-core configurations and one quad-core configuration.\n
  • The previous generation of iMac had three dual-core configurations and one quad-core configuration.\n
  • The previous generation of iMac had three dual-core configurations and one quad-core configuration.\n
  • Now every iMac has next-generation quad-core processors.\n
  • There are quad-core Core i5 processors in all the standard configurations. And you can configure to order the high end 21.5-inch and 27-inch systems to have the quad-core Core i7 processors.\n
  • There are quad-core Core i5 processors in all the standard configurations. And you can configure to order the high end 21.5-inch and 27-inch systems to have the quad-core Core i7 processors.\n
  • There are quad-core Core i5 processors in all the standard configurations. And you can configure to order the high end 21.5-inch and 27-inch systems to have the quad-core Core i7 processors.\n
  • All of these enhancements result in up to 1.7x faster performance than previous dual-core configurations. All models which were previously quad-cores are up to 1.3x faster than previous generation quad-cores. These are the fastest iMacs ever.\n\n(See backup slides for exact processor performance data)\n
  • So that’s the rundown on the all quad-core iMac lineup.\n
  • The second significant change is the transition to all-new AMD graphics.\n
  • The latest generation of powerful AMD Radeon HD graphics in iMac makes a full transition to GDDR5 memory with 512MB on the entry configuration.\n\nFor the users looking for Mac Pro-class graphics, the high-end 27-inch configuration is the right choice providing a level of graphics never before seen in an all-in one. \n\nThis new line of powerful AMD graphics in iMac is the best of any all-in-one.\n\n\n
  • The 27-inch now has a level of graphics never seen before in an all-in one computer. The AMD Radeon 6970M is Mac Pro-class graphics that is 80 percent faster than the previous generation. \n\nUsers will enjoy smoother and more responsive gameplay and be able to fully immerse themselves in 3D games. They will also experience peak performance with creative apps for tasks such as editing HD video or running CAD software.\n
  • With the AMD Radeon 6750M, graphics performance on the entry configuration you will see performance that’s up to three times as fast as the previous iMac. And the AMD Radeon 6970M in the top-end 27-inch configuration is Mac Pro-class graphics that is up to 80 percent faster than the previous generation. No matter which iMac a customer chooses, they will enjoy smoother and more responsive gameplay and be able to fully immerse themselves in 3D games and have peak performance with creative apps for tasks such as editing HD video or running CAD software.\n
  • Not only does iMac have faster processors and all-new graphics, it now has Thunderbolt, the fastest I/O technology on a personal computer.\n
  • Thunderbolt I/O technology is now on every iMac.\n
  • Thunderbolt was developed in Intel labs and is based on their Light Peak technology. With collaboration from Apple, Thunderbolt is now on all iMacs. \n\nThunderbolt on iMac supports both PCI Express and DisplayPort and adapts easily to most existing protocols, including USB, Ethernet, and FireWire. It is compatible with any Mini DisplayPort peripheral including DVI, VGA and HDMI. \n\nThunderbolt sets new standards for speed, flexibility, and simplicity. It’s the the world's fastest, most versatile I/O for personal computers.\n
  • Thunderbolt enables faster data transfers than any port on a desktop. At 10Gb/s, it is 20x faster than USB and 12x faster than FireWire.\n
  • Not only is the data transfer speed faster than USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire...[click]\n
  • Not only is the data transfer speed faster than USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire...[click]\n
  • Not only is the data transfer speed faster than USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire...[click]\n
  • Not only is the data transfer speed faster than USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire...[click]\n
  • Not only is the data transfer speed faster than USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire...[click]\n
  • ...but Thunderbolt has two bi-directional channels per port with each channel delivering 10Gb/s.\n\nWith this level of I/O performance, every Thunderbolt port is capable of connecting to both high performance peripherals and high resolution displays all through a single, compact port. Plus, you don’t need to worry about only having one port per device for all this speed, it will actually support up to six devices on one port.\n
  • Similar to MacBook Pro, the Thunderbolt port on iMac, replaces the mini DisplayPort. Yet Thunderbolt’s flexibility means it is fully compatible with all legacy Mini DisplayPort devices including Apple LED Cinema Displays. \n\nAnd it is compatible with Mini DisplayPort adapters including HDMI, VGA and DVI so you can continue to connect to your existing TVs and projectors through the Thunderbolt port.\n\n\n
  • In addition to all the existing ports, the 21.5-inch iMac comes with one Thunderbolt port as seen here.\n
  • In addition to all the existing ports, the 21.5-inch iMac comes with one Thunderbolt port as seen here.\n
  • In addition to all the existing ports, the 21.5-inch iMac comes with one Thunderbolt port as seen here.\n
  • In addition to all the existing ports, the 21.5-inch iMac comes with one Thunderbolt port as seen here.\n
  • In addition to all the existing ports, the 21.5-inch iMac comes with one Thunderbolt port as seen here.\n
  • The 27-inch iMac has two Thunderbolt ports.\n\nWhy two Thunderbolt ports?\nWith two ThunderBolt ports, you can attach up to three displays. With one Thunderbolt port you can daisy chain up to six Thunderbolt devices, but with two ports you can daisy chain up to 12 Thunderbolt devices. And that includes up to two high resolution displays.\n\nThunderbolt will definitely appeal to the Prosumers who are looking for a workhorse computer that has great expansion capabilities.\n
  • With the ability to connect high performance peripherals, high resolution displays, and daisy-chain up to six devices all through a single, compact port, Thunderbolt brings a vast array of high-speed expansion to iMac. The possibilities are amazing.\n\nSince the announcement of Thunderbolt in February, developers have been working on various Thunderbolt devices that will provide high performance expansion, support video capture. They are also creating high-speed Thunderbolt adapters, converters, and cables. \n\n\n\n
  • Thunderbolt allows iMac to connect to the Promise Pegasus R4 and R6 RAID arrays (starting at $999 USD), with measured throughput of up to 800MBps and four simultaneous uncompressed HD streams vs zero on FireWire 800 or USB 2.0. This allows you to edit multiple streams of uncompressed video.\n
  • There are also portable Thunderbolt devices such as the LaCie LittleBigDisk 1TB which provides SSD storage expansion capabilities.\n
  • There are also video capture devices such as the Blackmagic UltraStudio 3D. \n\n
  • Not only can you connect one high-resolution display to iMac using the Thunderbolt port . . . [click]\n
  • . . . you can connect two high-resolution displays for a total of three displays.\n
  • Thunderbolt is an amazing high speed I/O technology and it comes on every new iMac.\n
  • Along with the powerful and flexible Thunderbolt I/O, the new iMac features a brand new built-in camera that allows users to make FaceTime video calls in HD. \n
  • With the new FaceTime HD camera on iMac, you can make full-screen 720p HD video calls that are astonishingly crisp. The camera has a new 16:9 widescreen format with a wider field of view and improved low light sensitivity, making it easy to include more friends or family on a call. \n
  • Using the included FaceTime software for a video call, in full widescreen mode, you will really notice the increase in resolution of the 720p stream with a beautiful, crisp image that fills the screen.\n
  • Have a friend with a new iMac or MacBook Pro? They’ll be able to see you in 720p HD when you call them on their new Mac. And you can make video calls to any Intel-based Mac, iPhone 4, iPad 2 or current generation iPod touch.\n\nFaceTime software is included on every new iMac and can be purchased through the Mac App Store for any Intel-based Mac.\n\n\n\n
  • That is the new FaceTime HD camera with FaceTime software on the new iMac. In addition, to these four significant changes, we have include a couple more noteworthy features.\n
  • For the first time, you can now order a 256GB solid-state drive (SSD) as a primary or secondary drive for the 21.5-inch iMac, as well as all 27-inch models. \n
  • Included in every iMac is an ambient light sensor. The new ambient light sensor intelligently adjusts the brightness of the iMac display to your environment, giving you the right amount of display brightness for any situation.\n
  • In addition to all those new amazing features of iMac, let’s not forget about the amazing displays on the iMac. \n\nThe 21.5-inch display features:\n\nAn LED-backlight that provides instant on to full brightness. It also gives you greater control over screen brightness so you can finely tune the display’s brightness to suit the ambient light of even the dimmest room. LED backlights are mercury-free benefiting the environment by having eliminated that harmful toxin. \nA 16:9 aspect ratio offers more horizontal work space for multitasking where several windows are open and it’s for watching HD video. In fact, it’s the same aspect ratio as HD TVs. \nA high resolution 1920 by 1080 high definition display featuring IPS (in-plane switching) technology that supports a 178 degree viewing angle and provides more consistent colour from any viewing position. \n\n- 21.5-inch Display\n- LED-backlit display\n- 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio\n- 1920 x 1080 resolution\n- IPS display technology\n- 178˚ viewing angle\n\nThe 27-inch display has the same features as the 21.5-inch display—LED Backlight, 16:9 aspect ratio, IPS technology but has an impressive resolution of 2560 by 1440. \n\n- 27-inch Display\n- LED-backlit display\n- 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio\n- 2560 x 1440 resolution\n- IPS display technology\n- 178˚ viewing angle\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Because iMac builds in Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth wireless technologies—you can further reduce cable clutter. The wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse that come with the iMac use Bluetooth wireless technology, so the only cable you’ll need is a power cord. Or use the Magic Trackpad if you prefer that instead of the mouse.\n\nWith built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n networking, simply connect to an existing wireless network or set up a wireless base station and you’re ready to enjoy wireless networking from anywhere in your home, dorm, or office. Featuring dual-band capability, AirPort Extreme can function in either the 2.4 or 5GHz band, allowing users to reduce interference from devices such as cordless phones and microwave ovens. \n802.11n is compatible with Wi-Fi Certified 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technology in addition to 802.11n. \n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions.] \n\nWith Bluetooth wireless technology built in, it’s easier to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac, without requiring an inch of cable. You can free your desktop from wires with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Mighty Mouse or send files to a wireless printer that can be tucked away in the closet. You can also sync your contact and calendar information from your cell phone or other handheld device.\n\nBluetooth 2.1 + EDR provides up to 3 Mbps of bandwidth for faster sharing of files and cable-free connections to peripherals. It’s easy to transfer items between your iMac and a Bluetooth-enabled Mac or Windows computer. Simply drag a file onto the Bluetooth File Exchange application to send it to a Bluetooth-enabled computer. \n\n[Bluetooth is a short-range (30 foot/10-meter), low-power (transmit 33-mA; sleep 259-uA) wireless technology that makes it possible to connect a multitude of devices to your iMac without cables. Bluetooth is an industry standard supported by a variety of electronic products, including mobile phones, PDAs, and Mac and Windows PCs.]\n\n[Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort. Range may vary with site conditions. Wireless printing over USB requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later and a compatible printer.]\n* Actual performance will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors.\n\n
  • Remember, iMac is all about simple design that eliminates desktop clutter and still comes with the Apple Wireless Keyboard and wireless Magic Mouse, the world’s first Multi-Touch mouse in the box. \n\nBut for the first time, now you can choose the perfect cord-free setup. When you buy your new iMac from the Apple Online Store, you have the option to swap Magic Mouse for Magic Trackpad at no extra cost.\n\nWith Magic Mouse, you can perform simple gestures across its smooth, seamless top shell. Scroll in any direction with one finger, swipe through web pages and photos with two, and click and double-click anywhere. For full gesture support, opt for Magic Trackpad. Made with a touch-friendly all-glass surface, Magic Trackpad is the largest Multi-Touch trackpad made by Apple. So there’s plenty of room for scrolling, swiping, pinching, rotating, and then some.\n
  • Highly secure and reliable, every iMac runs Mac OS X Snow Leopard: the world’s most advanced operating system. \nAnd every iMac comes with iLife – software that lets you do more with your photos, movies, and music.\n
  • Looking for other apps for your iMac. There are more than a thousand Mac apps at the Mac App Store. \n
  • Apple designs every product with the environment in mind, and the iMac is no exception.\n
  • Continuing Apple’s commitment to the environment, the iMac extends its leadership in green design.\n\nMany Harmful Toxins eliminated\nApple engineers have worked hard to eliminate many of the toxins that are a common part of desktop computer manufacturing. The display in the iMac uses a mercury-free LED backlight as well as arsenic-free glass. The iMac also removes brominated flame retardants (BFRs) and polyvinyl chlorides (PVCs) from all internal cables and components. \n\nHighly Recyclable\nApple designs are as coveted by recyclers as they are by users. And thanks to its glass and aluminium construction, the iMac continues this pattern by being highly recyclable. This makes it possible for the materials in the iMac to be used later in other types of products. \n\nApple designs products with the environment in mind. That’s why iMac is energy efficient, free of many harmful toxins, and highly recyclable.\n\n\n
  • The iMac includes a highly efficient power supply that reduces the amount of power wasted when bringing electricity from the wall to your computer. \nENERGY STAR \nAnd iMac meets the stringent low power requirements set by the EPA, giving it ENERGY STAR certification. iMac also meets the latest efficiency requirements of ENERGY STAR Version 5.0 which sets significantly higher efficiency limits for power supplies and aggressive limits for the computer's typical annual power consumption.\nRated EPEAT Gold. (EPEAT Gold certification only applies to the US and Canada.)\nThrough its innovative and environmentally friendly design, iMac has earned the highest rating of EPEAT Gold. The Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, or EPEAT, evaluates the environmental impact of a product based on how recyclable it is, how much energy it uses, and how it’s designed and manufactured.\n\nNote: You can find more information on EPEAT at http://www.epeat.net/ \n
  • The iMac includes a highly efficient power supply that reduces the amount of power wasted when bringing electricity from the wall to your computer. \nENERGY STAR \nAnd iMac meets the stringent low power requirements set by the EPA, giving it ENERGY STAR certification. iMac also meets the latest efficiency requirements of ENERGY STAR Version 5.0 which sets significantly higher efficiency limits for power supplies and aggressive limits for the computer's typical annual power consumption.\nRated EPEAT Gold. (EPEAT Gold certification only applies to the US and Canada.)\nThrough its innovative and environmentally friendly design, iMac has earned the highest rating of EPEAT Gold. The Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, or EPEAT, evaluates the environmental impact of a product based on how recyclable it is, how much energy it uses, and how it’s designed and manufactured.\n\nNote: You can find more information on EPEAT at http://www.epeat.net/ \n
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  • There are two 21.5-inch iMac models. The 21.5-inch iMac starts at £999 and features a 2.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB or memory, 500GB hard drive and AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor with 512MB dedicated video memory.\n\nThe £1249 model features a 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 1 terabyte hard drive and the AMD Radeon HD 6770M graphics processor with 512MB dedicated video memory.\n
  • There are two 21.5-inch iMac models. The 21.5-inch iMac starts at €1149 and features a 2.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB or memory, 500GB hard drive and AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor with 512MB dedicated video memory.\n\nThe €1449 model features a 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 1 terabyte hard drive and the AMD Radeon HD 6770M graphics processor with 512MB dedicated video memory.\n
  • The 27-inch iMac also has two models. The 27-inch iMac starts at £1399, It features the same specifications at the £1249 model, but with the 27-inch display and an second Thunderbolt port for just £150 more.\n\nFor £1649, the 27-inch iMac features 3.1GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and the AMD Radeon HD 6070M graphics processor with 1GB dedicated video memory for the ultimate in performance.\n
  • The 27-inch iMac also has two models. The 27-inch iMac starts at €1649, It features the same specifications at the €1449 model, but with the 27-inch display and an second Thunderbolt port for just £150 more.\n\nFor €1899, the 27-inch iMac features 3.1GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and the AMD Radeon HD 6070M graphics processor with 1GB dedicated video memory for the ultimate in performance.\n
  • The iMac offers several configure-to-order options from the Apple Online Store including processor options up to 3.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (27-inch £1649 iMac only). And for the first time, customers of the 21.5-inch (£1249 configuration only) can be configured with a 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor.\nOther options include: up to 16GB of memory, hard drives up to 2TB, and an optional 256GB SSD. In addition, you can get peripherals such as the wired Apple Mouse, Magic Trackpad, Apple Keyboard, and Apple Keyboard with numeric keypad.\n\n\n
  • The iMac offers several configure-to-order options from the Apple Online Store including processor options up to 3.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (27-inch €1899 iMac only). And for the first time, customers of the 21.5-inch (€1449 configuration only) can be configured with a 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor.\nOther options include: up to 16GB of memory, hard drives up to 2TB, and an optional 256GB SSD. In addition, you can get peripherals such as the wired Apple Mouse, Magic Trackpad, Apple Keyboard, and Apple Keyboard with numeric keypad.\n\n\n
  • There are also several accessories and adapters that complement the iMac.\n\nThe Magic Trackpad brings Multi-Touch to the desktop.\nThe Apple Battery Charger provides a convenient and environmentally friendly way to always have a fresh set of batteries.\nApple Remote with its anodised aluminium design lets you control your music, movies, photos, and presentations via the built-in IR receiver on the iMac.\nTime Capsule for wireless back up of your data.\nAirPort Extreme or AirPort Express Base Stations for you wireless network.\nThe Apple LED Cinema display for extending the screen real estate on your desktop.\nMini DisplayPort adapters connects your iMac to an external display.\nAnd a VESA Mount Adapter Kit to wall mount the 27-inch iMac or attach it to a VESA compliant articulating arm.\n\n\n
  • The new iMac features incredible performance with next-generation quad-core processors in every model, up to 3x faster graphics, Thunderbolt I/O — the world's fastest, most versatile I/O, and amazing FaceTime HD camera. \n\nThe ultimate all-in-one goes all out.\n
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  • \nEvery Mac comes with 90 days of telephone technical support and one year of service coverage at an Apple-authorised repair center. \nBy purchasing the AppleCare Protection Plan with your Mac, you can extend your coverage to three years from the computer’s purchase date. \nWe recommend that you purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan when you purchase your computer to take maximum advantage of the coverage the plan provides.\n
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  • As you can see, with graphics intensive applications like 3D games, the Radeon HD 6750M delivers over three times the graphics performance in the new 21.5-inch iMac.\n
  • The 27-inch now has a level of graphics never seen in an all-in one. The AMD Radeon 6970M is Mac Pro class graphics that is 80% faster than the previous generation. Users will enjoy smoother and more responsive gameplay and be able to fully immerse themselves in 3D games. And have peak performance with creative apps for tasks like editing HD video or even running CAD software.\n
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    1. 1. iMacPresenter NamePresenter TitleDate
    2. 2. iMac Family
    3. 3. Ultimate All-in-One
    4. 4. Aluminium and glassBrilliant LED displaysHighest displayresolutionFastest processorsMost powerfulgraphicsQuietest operation
    5. 5. iMac. Now Even Better.
    6. 6. Intel Second-Generation Core
    7. 7. Quad-Core Across the Line
    8. 8. Versus Previous Dual-CoreTesting conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 21.5-inch 2.7GHz Intel Core i5–based iMac units and shipping 21.5-inch 3.2GHz Intel Core i3–based iMac units. ForAfter Effects CS5, units were configured with 8GB RAM. For all other application tests, units were configured with 4GB RAM. Modo test files: BathFaucet.lxo and Couch.lxo. AfterEffects CS5 test files: Animal.aet and Monolith.aet. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.
    9. 9. All-New AMD Graphics
    10. 10. Next generation AMDarchitectureGDDR5 memory across thelineMac Pro-class graphics in27-inch
    11. 11. Mac Pro-classgraphics. Now in27-inch iMac.
    12. 12. Versus Previous GenerationTesting conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 21.5-inch 2.5GHz Intel Core i5–based iMac units with AMD Radeon HD 6750M and 512MB graphics memory, and shipping 21.5-inch3.06GHz Intel Core i3–based iMac units with AMD Radeon HD 4670 and 256MB graphics memory, all configured with 4GB RAM. Portal v(4295)(400) tested using mydemo1.dem, maximum graphicsquality, 8x anti-aliasing, 16x anisotropic filtering, at 1920x1080. Call of Duty 4 v1.7.1 tested using Timedemoambush, Timedemobog, Timedemopipeline, maximum graphics quality, 4x anti-aliasing,at 1920x1080. Half-Life 2: Episode Two v(4295)(400) tested using storm.dem, high graphics quality, 4x anti-aliasing, 4x anisotropic filtering, at 1920x1080. StarCraft II v1.3.2.18317 tested usingMetalopolis 1V1 replay, high graphics quality, at 1920x1080. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.
    13. 13. Thunderbolt Ports Across the Line
    14. 14. Intel and ApplecollaborationModern, lightning fastI/OFastest port on anydesktop
    15. 15. 10 Gb/s per channelTwo channels per port20x faster than USB 2.012x faster thanFireWire
    16. 16. Thunderbolt Performance Channel 2 110Gb/s 5Gb/s USB 2.0 FireWire 800 USB 3.0 Thunderbolt
    17. 17. Thunderbolt Performance Channel 2 110Gb/s 5Gb/s USB 2.0 FireWire 800 USB 3.0 Thunderbolt
    18. 18. Thunderbolt Performance Channel 1 Channel 210Gb/s 5Gb/s USB 2.0 FireWire 800 USB 3.0 Thunderbolt
    19. 19. Audio Out Audio In FireWire Gigabit 800 Ethernet USB 2.0 Thunderbo lt
    20. 20. 21.5-inch iMac
    21. 21. 27-inch iMac
    22. 22. High performanceexpansionVideo break-out boxesAdapters, converters,cables
    23. 23. FaceTime HD Camera
    24. 24. 720p HD video calls16:9 aspect ratio withwider field of viewImproved low lightsensitivityFaceTime video callingUses Intel’s second-
    25. 25. FaceTime Software• HD video calls between new iMac models• Video calls to iPad 2, iPhone 4, new iPod touch, and Intel- based Macs• Included on every new iMac• Available for purchase on the Mac App Store for any Intel- based MacRequires a FaceTime-enabled Mac with an Internet connection or a FaceTime-enabled iOS device with a Wi-Fi connection. Not available in all areas.Broadband Internet access required for video chat; fees may apply.
    26. 26. SSD Options Across the Line
    27. 27. Ambient Light Sensor
    28. 28. Ambient Light Sensor
    29. 29. Brilliant 21.5-inch and 27-inch Displays
    30. 30. Built-in WirelessWi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort.Range may vary with site conditions.
    31. 31. Built-in WirelessWi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort.Range may vary with site conditions.
    32. 32. Wireless Keyboard, Magic Mouse, or Magic Trackpad
    33. 33. Mac App Store
    34. 34. Arsenic-free display glass Mercury-free LED backlit display BFR-free PVC-free Highly recyclable aluminium and glass enclosures Meets ENERGY STAR 5.2 requirements Rated EPEAT GoldPVC-free AC power cord is available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, andVenezuela. All other countries have PVC-free internal cables only. iMac achieved a Gold rating from EPEAT in the U.S. and Canada.
    35. 35. Energy Star
    36. 36. Energy Star EPEAT
    37. 37. Configurations and Pricing
    38. 38. 21.5-inch iMac£999 £12492.5GHz Intel Core i5 2.7GHz Intel Core i5with 6MB level 3 cache with 6MB level 3 cache(quad-core) (quad-core)4GB 1333MHz DDR3 4GB 1333MHz DDR3500GB Serial ATA hard drive 1TB Serial ATA hard driveAMD Radeon HD 6750M AMD Radeon HD 6770M512MB GDDR5 SDRAM 512MB GDDR5 SDRAM8x double-layer SuperDrive 8x double-layer SuperDriveWi-Fi (802.11n) Wi-Fi (802.11n)Bluetooth 2.1 Bluetooth 2.1FaceTime HD camera FaceTime HD cameraThunderbolt port (1) Thunderbolt port (1)Wireless Magic Mouse Wireless Magic MouseWireless Apple Keyboard Wireless Apple Keyboard Prices payable on Apple Store only. Price includes VAT. See www.apple.com/ukstore
    39. 39. 27-inch iMac£1399 £16492.7GHz Intel Core i5 3.1GHz Intel Core i5with 6MB level 3 cache with 6MB level 3 cache(quad-core) (quad-core)4GB 1333MHz DDR3 4GB 1333MHz DDR31TB Serial ATA hard drive 1TB Serial ATA hard driveAMD Radeon HD 6770 AMD Radeon HD 6970M512MB GDDR5 SDRAM 1GB GDDR5 SDRAM8x double-layer SuperDrive 8x double-layer SuperDriveWi-Fi (802.11n) Wi-Fi (802.11n)Bluetooth 2.1 Bluetooth 2.1FaceTime HD camera FaceTime HD cameraThunderbolt ports (2) Thunderbolt ports (2)Wireless Magic Mouse Wireless Magic MouseWireless Apple Keyboard Wireless Apple Keyboard Prices payable on Apple Store only. Price includes VAT. See www.apple.com/ukstore
    40. 40. Configure-to-Order Options 21.5-inch 21.5-inch 27-inch 27-inch iMac iMac iMac iMac 2.8GHz (quad-core) 3.4GHz (quad-core) Processor — Intel Core i7 — Intel Core i7 AMD Radeon HD Graphics — — — 6970M 2GB 8GB (2 x 4GB) 8GB (2 x 4GB) 8GB (2 x 4GB) Memory 8GB (2 x 4GB) 16GB (4 x 4GB) 16GB (4 x 4GB) 16GB (4 x 4GB) 2TB 2TB 2TB Hard Drive — 256GB SSD 256GB SSD 256GB SSD Peripheral Apple Mouse, Apple Keyboard with numeric keypad, Apple Remote, Magic s Trackpad, Apple Battery Charger Accessorie s £999 £1249 £1399 £1649 Prices payable on Apple Store only. Price includes VAT. See www.apple.com/ukstore
    41. 41. Accessories, Adapters, and CablesAccessories Adapters and CablesMagic Trackpad Mini DisplayPort to DVIApple Battery Charger Mini DisplayPort to Dual-link DVIApple Remote Mini DisplayPort to VGATime Capsule VESA Mount Adapter Kit (27-inch iMac only)AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express Base StationApple LED Cinema Display
    42. 42. The New iMac• Intel 2nd gen core processors• Quad-core processors across the line• Up to 3x faster graphics• Thunderbolt across the line• FaceTime HD camera
    43. 43. TM and © 2011 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.
    44. 44. Additional Slides
    45. 45. AppleCare Protection PlanExtend your coverage to three years* of Apple-authorised repairs and expert telephone technicalsupport Year 1 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 90 days 90 days Year 2 Year 3 Complimentary support Additional coverage with the AppleCare Protection Plan* Maximum length of coverage when the plan is purchased at the same time as the computer.
    46. 46. Quad-Core vs. Dual-Core iMacUp to 1.7x faster with 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Modo 3D render 1.7x Mathematica MathematicaMark8 1.7x Cinebench Multiprocessor render 1.6x After Effects CS5 Render 1.6x Final Cut Studio ProRes render 1.6x Baseline Times faster than previous-generation 21.5-inch iMac with 3.2GHz dual-core Intel Core i3Testing conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 21.5-inch 2.7GHz Intel Core i5–based iMac units and shipping 21.5-inch 3.2GHz Intel Core i3–based iMac units. ForAfter Effects CS5, units were configured with 8GB RAM. For all other application tests, units were configured with 4GB RAM. Modo test files: BathFaucet.lxo and Couch.lxo. AfterEffects CS5 test files: Animal.aet and Monolith.aet. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.
    47. 47. Quad-Core vs. Quad-Core iMacUp to 1.3x faster with 3.4GHz quad-core Intel Modo 3D render 1.3x Mathematica MathematicaMark8 1.3x Cinebench Multiprocessor render 1.3x After Effects CS5 Render 1.3x Final Cut Studio ProRes render 1.2x Baseline Times faster than previous-generation 27-inch iMac with 2.93GHz quad-core Intel Core i7Testing conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 27-inch 3.4GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units and shipping 27-inch 2.93GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units. For AfterEffects CS5, units were configured with 8GB RAM. For all other application tests, units were configured with 4GB RAM. Modo test files: BathFaucet.lxo and Couch.lxo. After Effects CS5test files: Animal.aet and Monolith.aet. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.
    48. 48. AMD Radeon HD 6750M vs. 4670Up to 3x faster with AMD Radeon HD 6750M Portal 4.8x Call of Duty 4 3.5x Half-Life 2: Episode Two 2.5x StarCraft II 1.4x Baseline Times faster than previous-generation 21.5-inch iMac with AMD Radeon HD 4670Testing conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 21.5-inch 2.5GHz Intel Core i5–based iMac units with AMD Radeon HD 6750M and 512MB graphics memory, andshipping 21.5-inch 3.06GHz Intel Core i3–based iMac units with AMD Radeon HD 4670 and 256MB graphics memory, all configured with 4GB RAM. Portal v(4295)(400) tested usingmydemo1.dem, maximum graphics quality, 8x anti-aliasing, 16x anisotropic filtering, at 1920x1080. Call of Duty 4 v1.7.1 tested using Timedemoambush, Timedemobog,Timedemopipeline, maximum graphics quality, 4x anti-aliasing, at 1920x1080. Half-Life 2: Episode Two v(4295)(400) tested using storm.dem, high graphics quality, 4x anti-aliasing, 4x anisotropic filtering, at 1920x1080. StarCraft II v1.3.2.18317 tested using Metalopolis 1V1 replay, high graphics quality, at 1920x1080. Performance tests are conductedusing specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.
    49. 49. AMD Radeon HD 6970M vs. 5750Up to 1.8x faster with AMD Radeon HD 6970M Portal 1.8x StarCraft II 1.8x Half-Life 2: Episode Two 1.7x Call of Duty 4 1.5x Baseline Times faster than previous-generation 27-inch iMac with AMD Radeon HD 5750Testing conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 27-inch 3.4GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units with AMD Radeon HD 6970M and shipping 27-inch 2.93GHz Intel Corei7–based iMac units with AMD Radeon HD 5750, all configured with 1GB graphics memory and 4GB RAM. Portal v(4295)(400) tested using mydemo1.dem, maximum graphics quality,8x anti-aliasing, 16x anisotropic filtering, at 2560x1440. Call of Duty 4 v1.7.1 tested using Timedemoambush, Timedemobog, Timedemopipeline, maximum graphics quality, 4xanti-aliasing, at 2560x1440. Half-Life 2: Episode Two v(4295)(400) tested using storm.dem, high graphics quality, 4x anti-aliasing, 4x anisotropic filtering, at 2560x1440. StarCraftII v1.3.2.18317 tested using Metalopolis 1V1 replay, high graphics quality, at 2560x1440. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect theapproximate performance of iMac.
    50. 50. Testing conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 27-inch 3.4GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units and shipping 27-inch 2.93GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units. For AfterEffects CS5, units were configured with 8GB RAM. For all other application tests, units were configured with 4GB RAM. Modo test files: BathFaucet.lxo and Couch.lxo. After Effects CS5test files: Animal.aet and Monolith.aet. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.
    51. 51. Versus Previous Quad-CoreTesting conducted by Apple in April 2011 using preproduction 27-inch 3.4GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units and shipping 27-inch 2.93GHz Intel Core i7–based iMac units. For AfterEffects CS5, units were configured with 8GB RAM. For all other application tests, units were configured with 4GB RAM. Modo test files: BathFaucet.lxo and Couch.lxo. After Effects CS5test files: Animal.aet and Monolith.aet. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of iMac.

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