Apple adds new flash storage options to iMac
Apple has added more flash storage options to its latest iMac to give customers even more options to customise the company’s latest desktop computer.
When the new iMac was released in late 2012 it included an all-new Fusion drive which combined the traditional hard disk drive with the faster solid-state drive.
There was also a 756GB all flash option along with standalone 1TB and 3TB hard disk drives as well.
Now customers have the choice of 256GB and 512GB flash drive options.
The advantage of having all flash solid-state drive is faster performance.
With all flash storage the iMac will start in seconds – a little faster than the boot up time with a Fusion drive or a traditional hard disk drive.
Having flash storage will also allow the iMac to access your applications and documents even faster.
This is especially handy for users who are working with high-powered applications like video and image editing applications.
The new iMac is available now in 21.5-inch and 27-inch sizes which start at $1,429 and $1,999 respectively.