Apple announced its MacBook and #Imac lines during its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 event. The tech giant also announced an overhaul of its Mac family, with a new range of #iMac 2017 models as well as the latest macOS High Sierra. Nonetheless, the major upgrade went to the iMac line of #Apple, all of which will get a performance boost from Intel's 7th-gen Kaby Lake processors.

The latest macOS High Sierra will debut in autumn 2017. The updated software will come along with a new core of opportunities and technologies for developers who want to link to the VR bandwagon, as well as refinements to apps such as Photos, Mail and Safari.

iMac 2017’s New Amazing Feature

During the WWDC’s keynote, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the Mac is the heart and soul of the tech company, and no device can match the deep integration of hardware and software of Mac. Wherein, the major upgrade went to the iMac line, all new iMac models will get a performance boost from Intel's 7th-gen Kaby Lake chipsets and an increased memory capacity. The high-end 21.5-inch iMac models and all 27-inch iMac variants now come along with a Fusion Drive standard, this feature allows users to grasp a high-capacity drive up to 3TB and a fast smaller SSDs, which are in the low-end iMacs.

iMac 2017 Upgraded Display

The super-fast data transfer Thunderbolt 3 ports are also standard, and Apple fans won't even need any of the tech giant’s infamous dongles.

Vice President of hardware engineering, John Turnus, made it known that the iMac range will boast more upgraded displays of 500 units or a 43 percent brighter compared to the previous models.

The iMac 2017 21.5-inch variant can be upgraded to a 4K Retina display, while a 5K Retina display on the iMac 27-inch model. Apple’s new iMac lineup will arrive with more powerful graphics cards, up to three times the speed than the previous models.

In addition, VR support is finally coming to Apple’s new iMac lineup.

As Apple has made the iMac 2017 upgradable, it’s a huge deal for power users who want to extend the duration of their 21.5-inch iMac. It also means that the Cupertino-based tech giant is likely listening to the need of its power users. The owner of the 21.5-inch iMac model could definitely prolong the life of their new all-in-one desktop computer by upgrading parts for a small amount of money rather than purchasing an entirely new iMac. The base model of the new iMac costs $1,100.