While we wait for ARM-powered Macs to arrive, Apple updated its 27-inch iMacs with new components. Chief among these is the use of 10th-generation Intel CPUs (up to a Core i9) and having SSD drives as standard (up to 8TB) across all model variants. GPUs get an upgrade as well, with Radeon Pro 5300 and Radeon Pro 5500XT as default choices and Radeon Pro 5700 or Radeon 5700XT as optional upgrades. For the display, you still get the same 5K panel, though you can opt for a Nano Texture glass for less glare.
Other upgrades include the inclusion of Apple’s T2 chip, a 1080p FaceTime webcam, and True Tone displays.
The 2020 iMac 27-inch starts a Php 109,990 and can be purchased at Apple’s online store.