OWC has made a name for itself with high quality accessories and upgrades for your Mac. Their vision of the Thunderbolt 3 docking station is well thought out, making it one of the few to offer an SD card reader, Firewire 800, and a headset jack.
Instead of soldering the RAM modules onto the logic board, the new 21.5-inch iMac uses removable SO-DIMM slots. iFixit has now released a $300 DIY kit for the machine, which comes with 32GB of RAM and the tools to take it apart.
If you didn’t have the time to work through a plethora of details regarding yesterday’s news, just block five minutes of your time and watch our video walkthrough of the top six WWDC 2017 announcements that you should know about.
Apple has updated its iMacs today with faster everything, including the latest Kaby Lake CPUs from Intel, AMD’s Radeon Pro 500-series graphics, 43 percent brighter displays, up to 50 percent faster storage and more.
Following up on a comment from Apple’s Phil Schiller regarding upcoming iMacs with pro-grade features, Pike’s Universum today shared a few specifics on what said upgrades might entail. Citing a “pretty accurate” source, the blog claims next-gen iMacs will feature Intel’s more powerful Xeon E3 chips with up to sixty-four gigabytes of Error-Correcting Code (ECC) RAM, faster flash storage with capacities up to two terabytes, Thunderbolt 3, USB-C and more.