There are some crucial differences between this 24-inch iMac and the 21.5-inch model from 2019 that it’s replacing. There are better microphones and better speakers. There are few...

There are some crucial differences between this 24-inch iMac and the 21.5-inch model from 2019 that it’s replacing. There are better microphones and better speakers. There are fewer ports, and some of them have moved around. The screen is bigger and better. The keyboard now has TouchID. But the M1 is the star of the show. It’s not just the performance that increases. It’s not just the fact that you can run iOS and iPadOS apps natively on the system. It’s not just the new advanced image signal processor, which helps create better low-light images than I’ve ever seen from an integrated webcam. It’s also the groundbreaking efficiency with which this processor runs, which has enabled Apple to create a slim, sleek, and quite unique iMac chassis. The 24in iMac costs from £1,249 and replaces the outgoing 21.5in Intel iMac model, which remains on sale in the short term. The Apple 24in iMac with M1 chip costs Rs 1,19,900 with a seven-core GPU, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and two USB 4/Thunderbolt 3 ports and ships from Friday. Here're Top 5 features of  Apple’s newly launched ultra-sleek computer: