Apple is going all-in on the iMac, launching a new desktop computer that has been dubbed the iWork.
The machine will offer an all-new design that is designed to look and feel like the real thing, and will be powered by Intel’s latest Broadwell chipsets, according to Recode.
The iWork, which was first revealed back in February, will have a 1,366-by-1,024 display that can run Windows 10, Mac OS X, and Linux.
The iWork will be available starting June 30 for $1,499.
The computer will be compatible with Apple’s latest software, including iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra.
The device will also include the company’s signature Retina display, which is now called the Retina Display Pro.
Apple also announced a few new features for the iWorks, including a new Touch ID fingerprint scanner, a new “foggy” LED lighting system, and an improved “bump screen” for better multitasking.
The new iWork is expected to be the company ‘s first desktop computer to ship with a quad-core processor, according a source familiar with the matter.
It will also support Intel’s new Broadwell processors.
The company said it would also support Nvidia’s GeForce 8400M graphics card.
The Mac will also be available with a 2TB drive, and it will be equipped with Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, and a headphone jack.
The laptop will also feature an “in-line” keyboard and trackpad, along with two USB 3.0 ports and a Thunderbolt 3 port, according Recode’s source.
Apple also plans to add a USB-c hub to the iWatch, as well as an external camera and wireless charging.
Apple announced the iBooks line in August of last year, and the iBookstore is expected for later this year.