“Updated from 1867 MHz DDR3 to 2400MHz DDR4 memory in 8GB to 64GB configurations,” morgan writes. “There are four SO-DIMM slots that (remain) user accessible. So if you buy one with 8GB or 16GB config, you can always upgrade to the 32GB or 64GB config.”
morgan writes, “Overall, this is a significant upgrade of the iMac 5K and should keep most ‘speed freaks’ happy… until the iMac Pro ships in December.
Much more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Don’t forget one of Apple’s best new additions, the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (just $30 extra when you buy a new iMac)!