Apple showed off its during its Tuesday. Along with a thinner form, 24-inch display and a rainbow of colors, the new device has also changed the way it handles power.
The new M1 iMac's power cable is magnetic, similar to the MagSafe cables on the MacBook. Another change is that the power brick will have an Ethernet plug-in, which means the plug can handle both internet and power at the same time, rather than needing a separate adapter for it.
The power adapter wasn't the only big change to the iMac. Apple's refreshed computers will come with the company's-- the same processor used for its and -- for . There's also an improved speaker system, and a . Apple's Spring Loaded event also revealed a and a .
Apple's new lineup of iMacs starts at $1,299 (£1,249, AU$1,899) with four colors to pick from. A step up to $1,499 (£1,449, AU$2,199) gets you a choice of seven colors, along with more features. Preorders start April 30.