Apple iMac 2016
A sales assistant shows features of iOS 9 on an Apple iMac at an Apple reseller shop in Bangkok September 18, 2015. Reuters/Chaiwat Subprasom

There are rumours that the Apple iMac 2016 will be unveiled in October with upgraded specifications. Now that the hype surrounding the Apple iPhone 7 is slowing down, fans are now turning their attention to other devices from the tech giant that are expected to “wow” customers soon.

Naturally, as is the case with Apple, there are numerous rumours doing rounds about iMac 2016. As per Mac World, the desktop computer will be sporting some pretty awesome and powerful specs when released and one of the more talked about feature is the graphics chip it would be using.

As per reports, ATI graphics cards manufacturer AMD will be powering the iMac 2016 although no details are yet known about the kind of chip to be used. However, WCCF Tech reported that AMD may be powering the Mac computers with AMD Radeon 400 Series Polaris GPUs.

This would make gaming on the iMac 2016 a never-before experience, now that support for Mac OSX will be provided to many upcoming PC games. More rumours suggest that LG may be supplying Apple with monitors that will support 5K resolutions. Apple is now busy getting the software and hardware support ready for iPhone 7 and iOS 10.

Similar to reports about Apple MacBook Pro 2016, the iMac 2016 is also expected to sport Intel’s Kaby Lake processors, which can delay the iMac 2016 release date. There are a lot of devices lined-up for Apple. Until now, the company has not provided any official information on them.

Meanwhile, the Apple iPhone 7 sports an upgraded A10 processor that makes the smartphone superfast and a multitasking wonder. It can handle a plethora of apps and functions without a stutter. Moreover, it runs on the iOS 10 operating system, the latest from Apple. The company has made improvements to the Home Button adding the new pressure-sensitive technology that makes it more powerful than before.

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