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iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2013) - Technical Specifications

Display

  • 21.5-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 1920-by-1080 resolution with support for millions of colors

Processor

  • 2.7GHz
    2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz) with 4MB L3 cache
  • 2.9GHz
    2.9GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz) with 6MB L3 cache
    Configurable to 3.1GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz).

Memory

  • 8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3 memory
    Configurable to 16GB.

Storage1

  • 1TB (5400-rpm) hard drive
    Configurable to 1TB Fusion Drive or 256GB or 512GB of flash storage.

Graphics

  • 2.7GHz
    Intel Iris Pro graphics
  • 2.9GHz
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M graphics processor with 1GB of GDDR5 memory

Video Support and Camera

  • FaceTime HD camera
  • Simultaneously supports full native resolution on the built-in display and up to a 30-inch display (2560 by 1600 pixels) on an external display
  • Support for extended desktop and video mirroring modes
  • Support for Target Display Mode via the Thunderbolt port using a Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable (sold separately)

Audio

  • Stereo speakers
  • Dual microphones
  • Headphone port
    • Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack)
    • Support for Apple iPhone headset with microphone

Connections and Expansion

  • SDXC card slot
  • Four USB 3 ports (compatible with USB 2)
  • Two Thunderbolt ports
  • Mini DisplayPort output with support for DVI, VGA, and dual-link DVI (adapters sold separately)
  • 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)
  • Kensington lock slot

Input

Apple Wireless Keyboard
Full-size keyboard with 78 (U.S.) or 79 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys and 4 arrow keys (inverted “T” arrangement)

Magic Mouse
Smooth, seamless Multi-Touch surface with support for simple gestures (scrolling and swiping). Click and double-click anywhere. Ambidextrous construction accommodates left- and right-handed users.

Magic Trackpad
Glass Multi-Touch trackpad for precise cursor control; supports inertial scrolling, pinch and expand, swipe, three-finger swipe, four-finger swipe, tap, double-tap, rotate, screen zoom, scroll, click and drag, click drag and lock, secondary click A and B.

Wireless

  • Wi-Fi
    802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking;2 IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compatible
  • Bluetooth
    Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology

Size and Weight

  • Height: 17.7 inches (45.0 cm)
  • Width: 20.8 inches (52.8 cm)
  • Stand depth: 6.9 inches (17.5 cm)
  • Weight: 12.5 pounds (5.68 kg)3

Electrical and Operating Requirements

  • Line voltage: 100-240V AC
  • Frequency: 50Hz to 60Hz, single phase
  • Operating temperature: 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
  • Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
  • Operating altitude: tested up to 10,000 feet

Limited Warranty and Service

Your iMac comes with 90 days of free telephone support and a one-year limited warranty. Purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan to extend your service and support to three years from your computer’s purchase date. Only the AppleCare Protection Plan provides you with direct telephone support from Apple technical experts and the assurance that repairs will be handled by Apple- authorized technicians using genuine Apple parts. For more information, visit Apple Support or call 800-823-2775.

In the Box

  • iMac
  • Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • Apple Magic Mouse
  • Power cord

Included Software

  • OS X Mountain Lion: The world’s most advanced desktop operating system. Learn more about latest operating system
  • Mac App Store
  • Safari
  • Mail
  • Messages
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Reminders
  • Notes
  • Time Machine
  • FaceTime
  • Photo Booth
  • Game Center
  • iTunes
  • iLife: iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand.

Configure to Order

Configure your iMac with these options, only at the Apple Online Store.

Looking for an iMac you can mount on a wall or adjustable arm? Choose an iMac with a Built-in VESA Mount Adapter.

  • 21.5-inch iMac 2.7GHz
    • Magic Trackpad
    • 16GB memory upgrade (two 8GB)
    • 1TB Fusion Drive
    • 256GB or 512GB of flash storage
  • 21.5-inch iMac 2.9GHz
    • Magic Trackpad
    • 16GB memory upgrade (two 8GB)
    • 1TB Fusion Drive
    • 256GB or 512GB of flash storage
    • 3.1GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz) with 8MB L3 cache

iMac and the Environment

Apple takes a complete product life cycle approach to determining our environmental impact. Learn more about iMac and the Environment

iMac is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact:

  • Arsenic-free display glass
  • BFR-free
  • PVC-free4
  • Mercury-free LED-backlit display
  • Highly recyclable aluminum and glass enclosures
  • Meets ENERGY STAR Version 5.2 requirements
  • Rated EPEAT Gold5

Apple and the Environment

Learn more about Apple’s dedication to reducing the environmental impact of our products and process. Or read our Product Environmental Reports for detailed information on the environmental performance of every Apple product.

Recycling

Apple takes a holistic view of materials management and waste minimization. Learn more about how to recycle your Mac.

Acoustic Performance

DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance with ISO 9296

 Sound Power Level
LWAd (B)
1 B = 10 dB
Sound Pressure Level
Operator Position
LpAm (dB)
Idle2.912
Hard drive accessing2.912
CD drive accessingN/AN/A
  1. LWAd is the statistical upper-limit A-weighted sound power level (rounded to the nearest 0.1 B).
  2. LpAm is the mean A-weighted sound pressure level measured at the operator position (rounded to the nearest dB).
  3. 1 B (bel) = 10 dB (decibel).

Accessories

Mac Software

  • iWork
  • Aperture
  • Logic Pro X
  • Final Cut Pro X

Adapters

  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter

AirPort and Wireless

  • AirPort Time Capsule
  • AirPort Express Base Station
  • AirPort Extreme Base Station

Other Accessories

  • Magic Trackpad
  • Apple USB SuperDrive
  • Apple Battery Charger
  • AppleCare Protection Plan

  1. 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
  2. Based on an IEEE 802.11ac draft specification.
  3. Weight varies by configuration and manufacturing process.
  4. PVC-free AC power cord available in all regions except South Korea.
  5. iMac achieved a Gold rating from EPEAT in the U.S. and Canada.

 

Sours: https://support.apple.com/kb/sp687

Back in October, we reviewed the new $1299 entry-level iMac, the first of the new iMac models that we could get our hands on. Regrettably, it took us a while to get the other three standard-configuration iMacs in the Macworld Lab to test. We finally took a good look at the rest of Apple’s iMac line.

Externally identical to the slim-edged 21.5- and 27-inch iMacs released in October 2012, the updates in this batch of iMacs are all internal, featuring more powerful processors and support for faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

iMac

The new iMacs come in four standard configurations, two 21.5-inch models and two 27-inchers. All use quad-core Intel i5 (Haswell) processors, 8GB of memory and 1TB hard drives. The 21.5 inch models use 5400-rpm hard drives while the 27-inch iMacs use faster 7200-rpm drives. Also, the memory in the 21.5-inch iMacs is not user upgradeable, whereas the 27-inch iMacs ship with memory in just two of its four user-accessible DRAM slots.

I’ve already reviewed the entry-level $1299 iMac that comes with a 2.7GHz quad-core Core i5 processor and Intel’s Iris Pro integrated graphics. The $1499 model has a faster 2.9GHz quad-core Core i5 processor and Nvidia GeForce GT 750M discrete graphics with 1GB of video memory. The $1799 27-inch iMac features a 3.2GHz quad-core Core i5 processor and Nvidia GeForce GT 755M discrete graphics with 1GB of video memory. The high-end $1999 stock iMac has a 3.4GHz quad-core Core i5 processor with Nvidia GeForce GT 775M discrete graphics with 2GB of video memory.

These new iMacs have the same four USB 3.0 ports, dual Thunderbolt ports, SDXC card slot and gigabit Ethernet port as the late 2012 models. The new iMacs do not include Thunderbolt 2 ports found in the latest Mac Pros and MacBook Pros or FireWire ports found in iMacs predating the late 2012 models.

As with its predecessors, the new iMacs feature glossy screens with LED backlights and IPS panels. The resolution of the widescreen displays remain at 1920 by 1080 on the 21.5-inch and 2560 by 1440 on the 27-inch iMac. The IPS screen gives the iMacs excellent viewing angles with no loss of contrast or color shifts as you move away from the center of the screen. The glass cover is adhered to the display, not held on by magnets like the aluminum iMacs released before 2012. While this and other changes help to significantly reduce glare on these recent displays, it makes it much harder to service the 2012 and later iMacs.

If you think you might want a larger or faster internal drive, it’s best to customize your iMac at the time of purchase. Available options for the $1499 21.5-inch model include 256GB or 512GB of flash storage ($200 and $500, respectively) or a 1TB Fusion Drive ($200) which marries 126GB of fast flash storage and 1TB hard drive into a single volume that performs much like an SSD, but with the capacity of a hard drive. Upping the RAM from 8GB to 16GB will cost $200. The higher-end 21.5-inch iMac’s processor can be upgraded from the standard 2.9GHz Core i5 to a 3.1GHz quad-core Core i7 processor for another $200.

Options for the 27-inch models include the same storage choices as the 21.5-inch iMacs but add an available 3TB hard drive for $150, 3TB Fusion Drive for $350, or 1TB of flash storage for a cool $1000. The 27-inch models can also be configured with 32GB of RAM for an additional $600. The high-end 27-inch iMac can be upgraded to include a 3.5GHz Core i7 processor for $200 and graphics can be upgraded from the 2GB GeForce GTX 775M to a GTX 780M with 4GB of video RAM for an extra $150.

Late 2013 iMacs: Speedmark 9 scores

  • iMac/3.4GHz (27″, quad-core, Late 2013) 235
  • iMac/3.2GHz (27″, quad-core, Late 2013) 211
  • iMac 2.9GHz (21.5″, quad-core, Late 2013) 189
  • iMac 2.7GHz (21.5″, quad-core, Late 2013) 179
  • Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)* 350
  • iMac/3.5GHz (27″, quad-core, Late 2013)* 326
  • iMac/3.2GHz (27″, quad-core, Late 2012) 204
  • iMac/2.9GHz (27″, quad-core, Late 2012) 201
  • iMac/2.9GHz (21.5″, quad-core, Late 2012) 180

*Customize to build model.

All results are scores. Higher scores are better. Stock configurations tested, except where noted. Best score in bold. Reference models in italics.—Macworld Lab testing by James Galbraith and Albert Filice.

We used our Speedmark 9 benchmark suite to gauge the performance of the new iMacs. The $1499 iMac was 5 percent faster overall than the 2012 2.9GHz quad-core Core i5 (Ivy Bridge) iMac it replaces. iPhoto, Photoshop and MathematicaMark scores were within 2 percent between these new and 2012 iMacs. The 2013 2.9GHz iMac was 20 percent faster in iMovie, thanks to improvements Intel made in its Haswell processor’s Quick Sync Video feature. HandBrake encoding was 17 percent faster on the new $1499 iMac.

Interestingly, all of the new iMacs were slower than their predecessors in our folder Zip and Unzip tests. At first we thought it was the hard drive, but both the 2013 and 2012 low-end 27-inch iMacs use the same 1TB Seagate Barracuda ST1000DM003 drives. Watching at the processor utilization during the Zip test, we noticed that the test uses a single processor. We saw that while the Haswell processor in the 3.2GHz 2013 27-inch iMac would run at a higher rate than the 2.9GHz Ivy Bridge processor in the 2012 27-inch iMac (both can go up to 3.6GHz in Turbo Mode), the Haswell processor often dropped as low as 800MHz, while the Ivy Bridge processors maintained a more consistent speed—falling to 1.6GHz occasionally, but not as often as the Haswell. We also tried the Zip test with a 480GB Thunderbolt Helios +E2 drive, and the 2012 iMac was only a bit faster with the Helios, but the new iMac with Helios finished the task 130 seconds faster, in line with the older iMac. It’s possible that Haswell’s energy-saving features are kicking in as it waits on the slower hard drive to provide data to crunch. We’re investigating this and will update this review when we have an explanation.

Like the 21-inch iMac, the new low-end $1799 27-inch iMac was also 5 percent faster overall than its predecessor. The new model was 14 percent faster in our HandBrake Encode test 28 percent faster in our iMovie test. The new iMac’s Nvidia GeForce GT 755M graphics helped the system post 17 percent higher frame rates in the Cinebench OpenGL test than the GeForce GTX 680M graphics in the older iMac.

The high-end $1999 27-inch iMac was 15 percent faster overall than the 2012 high-end stock iMac. It was also faster than the older iMac in all but the aforementioned Zip and Unzip tests. Highlights included a 42 percent faster iMovie test results 18 percent faster Handbrake times and 28 percent faster files and folder copy times.

Tests of our CTO 27-inch iMac show that the Fusion Drive and processor upgrade definitely give the custom iMac a nice performance boost. The custom 2013 iMac was 39 percent faster overall than the top-of-the-line stock $1999 iMac. The CTO iMac’s 3.5GHz quad-core Core i7 processor helped it outpace the high-end iMac and its 3.4GHz Core i5 processor in Cinebench’s CPU test, MathematicaMark, and HandBrake by 25, 19, and 16 percent, respectively. The 6GB folder copy test took just 41 seconds on the custom iMac with Fusion Drive, versus 103 seconds on the high-end stock iMac.

Compare the new iMacs to older desktop Macs we’ve tested with Speedmark 9

Bottom line

The new iMacs have the same strengths and weaknesses as the 2012 iMacs that ushered in the current design : strikingly thin-edges and decreased screen glare, but at the cost of eliminating the optical drive from the iMac line and RAM upgradability in the 21-inch models. The new models are faster than their predecessors in most tests, but CTO options can really increase performance.

Mouse ratings

Next page: Individual test results

Finder tests

Mac modelCopy 6GB FileCompress 12GB FolderDecompress 12GB Folder
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)102.7437.5125.0
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)96.8414.0116.9
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)147.3417.7173.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)138.1300.2124.4
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*23.5324.839.1
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*3.7241.333.6
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)2.6280.3123.6
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)3.0280.484.3
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)3.0288.0143.0

*Customize to build model.

Results are times in seconds. Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

iMovie 10.0.1 enhance/export

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)48.0
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)51.7
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)58.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)106.0
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*170.0
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*47.3
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)82.7
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)71.7
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)72.3

*Customize to build model.

Results are times in seconds. Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

iPhoto 9.5.1 import

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)48.0
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)51.7
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)58.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)117.3
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*43.0
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*47.3
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)82.7
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)71.7
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)72.3

*Customize to build model.

Results are times in seconds. Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

iTunes 11.1 AAC to MP3 encode

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)58.7
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)64.3
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)65.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)72.3
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*60.3
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*56.0
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)68.0
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)68.3
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)70.3

*Customize to build model.

Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

HandBrake 0.9.5 encode

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)99.00
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)105.0
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)103.7
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)110.3
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*63.7
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*82.67
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)120.3
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)122.7
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)125.3

*Customize to build model.

Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Photoshop CC action script

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)94.7
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)100.3
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)110.3
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)100.3
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*81.3
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*326
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)204
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)201
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)180

*Customize to build model.

Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Aperture 3.5.1 import/process

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)81.3
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)82.7
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)91.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)96.7
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*72.0
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*70.7
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)96.3
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)92.0
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)102.3

*Customize to build model.

Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Cinebench R15 CPU

Mac modelResult (seconds)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)81.7
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)86.3
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)88.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)100.0
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*37.0
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*61.0
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)91.3
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)95.0
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)96.7

*Customize to build model.

Lower results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

MathematicaMark 9

Mac modelResult (score)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)3.13
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)3.08
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)3.04
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)3.24
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*8.13
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*3.72
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)2.65
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)3.01
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)2.98

*Customize to build model.

Higher results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Parallels 9-PCMark 8 Office

iMac modelResult (score)
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)2009
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)1959
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)1779
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)1589
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*3338
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*3512
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)1788
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)1850
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)1622

*Customize to build model.

Higher results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Unigine Heaven and Valley 1280-by-720

Mac modelHeaven 1280×720Valley 1280×720
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)97.7376.23
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)49.6948.25
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)43.0241.09
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)37.1628.69
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*103.7080.30
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*90.4680.84
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)81.7357.98
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)29.2542.11
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)32.1240.36

*Customize to build model.

Results are frames per second. Higher results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Unigine Heaven and Valley 1920-by-1080

Mac modelHeaven 1920×1080Valley 1920×1080
iMac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)29.0230.02
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)11.1113.32
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)10.5712.40
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)7.175.23
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*31.5031.70
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*24.6226.98
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)16.2325.01
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)3.044.98
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)3.125.84

*Customize to build model.

Results are frames per second. Higher results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Cinebench R15 OpenGL

Mac modelResult (score)
Mac/3.4GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)81.06
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)63.2
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)55.0
iMac/2.7GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2013)29.21
Mac Pro/3.0GHz (eight-core, Late 2013)*87.4
iMac/3.5GHz (27-inch, quad-core i7, 8GB RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M, Late 2013)*90.17
iMac/3.2GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)60.76
iMac/2.9GHz (27-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)53.98
iMac/2.9GHz (21.5-inch, quad-core, Late 2012)52.56

*Customize to build model.

Results are frames per second. Higher results are better. Best result in bold. Reference models in italics.

Sours: https://www.macworld.com/article/222694/late-2013-imac-review-faster-than-before-but-the-gains-over-last-year-are-modest.html
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iMac (27-inch, Late 2013) - Technical Specifications

Display

  • 27-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2560-by-1440 resolution with support for millions of colors

Processor

  • 3.2GHz
    3.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz) with 6MB L3 cache
  • 3.4GHz
    3.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz) with 6MB L3 cache
    Configurable to 3.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz).

Memory

  • 8GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3 memory; four user-accessible SO-DIMM slots
    Configurable to 16GB or 32GB.

Storage1

  • 1TB (7200-rpm) hard drive
    Configurable to 3TB hard drive, 1TB or 3TB Fusion Drive, or 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB of flash storage.

Graphics

  • 3.2GHz
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 755M graphics processor with 1GB of GDDR5 memory
  • 3.4GHz
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 775M graphics processor with 2GB of GDDR5 memory
    Configurable to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M with 4GB of GDDR5 memory.

Video Support and Camera

  • FaceTime HD camera
  • Simultaneously supports full native resolution on the built-in display and up to a 30-inch display (2560 by 1600 pixels) on an external display
  • Support for extended desktop and video mirroring modes
  • Support for Target Display Mode via the Thunderbolt port using a Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable (sold separately)

Audio

  • Stereo speakers
  • Dual microphones
  • Headphone port
    • Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack)
    • Support for Apple iPhone headset with microphone

Connections and Expansion

  • SDXC card slot
  • Four USB 3 ports (compatible with USB 2)
  • Two Thunderbolt ports
  • Mini DisplayPort output with support for DVI, VGA, and dual-link DVI (adapters sold separately)
  • 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)
  • Kensington lock slot

Input

Apple Wireless Keyboard
Full-size keyboard with 78 (U.S.) or 79 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys and 4 arrow keys (inverted “T” arrangement)

Magic Mouse
Smooth, seamless Multi-Touch surface with support for simple gestures (scrolling and swiping). Click and double-click anywhere. Ambidextrous construction accommodates left- and right-handed users.

Magic Trackpad
Glass Multi-Touch trackpad for precise cursor control; supports inertial scrolling, pinch and expand, swipe, three-finger swipe, four-finger swipe, tap, double-tap, rotate, screen zoom, scroll, click and drag, click drag and lock, secondary click A and B.

Wireless

  • Wi-Fi
    802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking;2 IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compatible
  • Bluetooth
    Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology

Size and Weight

  • Height: 20.3 inches (51.6 cm)
  • Width: 25.6 inches (65.0 cm)
  • Stand depth: 8 inches (20.3 cm)
  • Weight: 21 pounds (9.54 kg)3

Electrical and Operating Requirements

  • Line voltage: 100-240V AC
  • Frequency: 50Hz to 60Hz, single phase
  • Operating temperature: 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
  • Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
  • Operating altitude: tested up to 10,000 feet

Limited Warranty and Service

Your iMac comes with 90 days of free telephone support and a one-year limited warranty. Purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan to extend your service and support to three years from your computer’s purchase date. Only the AppleCare Protection Plan provides you with direct telephone support from Apple technical experts and the assurance that repairs will be handled by Apple- authorized technicians using genuine Apple parts. For more information, visit Apple Support or call 800-823-2775.

In the Box

  • iMac
  • Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • Apple Magic Mouse
  • Power cord

Included Software

  • OS X Mountain Lion: The world’s most advanced desktop operating system. Learn more about latest operating system
  • Mac App Store
  • Safari
  • Mail
  • Messages
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Reminders
  • Notes
  • Time Machine
  • FaceTime
  • Photo Booth
  • Game Center
  • iTunes
  • iLife: iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. 

Configure to Order

Configure your iMac with these options, only at the Apple Online Store.

Looking for an iMac you can mount on a wall or adjustable arm? Choose an iMac with a Built-in VESA Mount Adapter.

  • 27-inch iMac 3.2GHz
    • Magic Trackpad
    • 16GB memory upgrade (two 8GB)
    • 32GB memory upgrade (four 8GB)
    • 3TB hard drive
    • 1TB or 3TB Fusion Drive
    • 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB of flash storage
  • 27-inch iMac 3.4GHz
    • Magic Trackpad
    • 16GB memory upgrade (two 8GB)
    • 32GB memory upgrade (four 8GB)
    • 3TB hard drive
    • 1TB or 3TB Fusion Drive
    • 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB of flash storage
    • 3.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz) with 8MB L3 cache
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M graphics processor with 4GB of GDDR5 memory

iMac and the Environment

Apple takes a complete product life cycle approach to determining our environmental impact. 

iMac is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact:

  • Arsenic-free display glass
  • BFR-free
  • PVC-free4
  • Mercury-free LED-backlit display
  • Highly recyclable aluminum and glass enclosures
  • Meets ENERGY STAR Version 5.2 requirements
  • Rated EPEAT Gold5

Apple and the Environment

Learn more about Apple’s dedication to reducing the environmental impact of our products and process. Or read our Product Environmental Reports for detailed information on the environmental performance of every Apple product.

Recycling

Apple takes a holistic view of materials management and waste minimization. Learn more about how to recycle your Mac.

Acoustic Performance

DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance with ISO 9296

 Sound Power Level
LWAd (B)
1 B = 10 dB
Sound Pressure Level
Operator Position
LpAm (dB)
3.2GHz3.4GHz3.2GHz3.4GHz
Idle2.93.01515
Hard drive accessing2.93.01515
CD drive accessingN/AN/AN/AN/A
  1. LWAd is the statistical upper-limit A-weighted sound power level (rounded to the nearest 0.1 B).
  2. LpAm is the mean A-weighted sound pressure level measured at the operator position (rounded to the nearest dB).
  3. 1 B (bel) = 10 dB (decibel).

Accessories

Mac Software

  • iWork
  • Aperture
  • Logic Pro X
  • Final Cut Pro X

Adapters

  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter
  • Apple Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter

AirPort and Wireless

  • AirPort Time Capsule
  • AirPort Express Base Station
  • AirPort Extreme Base Station

Other Accessories

  • Magic Trackpad
  • Apple USB SuperDrive
  • Apple Battery Charger
  • AppleCare Protection Plan

  1. 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
  2. Based on an IEEE 802.11ac draft specification.
  3. Weight varies by configuration and manufacturing process.
  4. PVC-free AC power cord available in all regions except South Korea.
  5. iMac achieved a Gold rating from EPEAT in the U.S. and Canada.
Sours: https://support.apple.com/kb/sp688

Identify the ports on your Mac

If you're not sure which port to use with your external display, hard drive, camera, printer, iPhone, iPad, or other device, the port shapes and symbols in this guide should help. 

Information about these and other types of Mac ports is in the specifications for your Mac: Choose Apple menu  > About This Mac, click Support, then click Specifications. Or check your Mac user guide.

Thunderbolt / USB 4

These Mac models have Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports:

You can connect a single external display and other devices that connect using either a Thunderbolt 3  cable or USB-C cable. You can also connect a USB-C charge cable to charge your notebook, or a USB-C to Lightning cable to charge your iPhone or iPad. If you have a device that doesn't connect to this port, you might be able to use an adapter to connect it.

2021 iMac rear with ports enlarged

On iMac (24-inch, M1, 2021), the  symbol appears above each Thunderbolt / USB 4 port. To connect a display, use either of the ports with the Thunderbolt symbol .

Thunderbolt 3

These Mac models have Thunderbolt 3 ports:

  • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2020)
  • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019)
  • iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2019)
  • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017)
  • iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017)
  • iMac (21.5-inch, 2017)
  • iMac Pro
  • Mac Pro (2019)
  • Mac Pro (Rack, 2019)
  • Mac mini (2018)
  • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2020)
  • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2019)
  • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2019, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2019)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2019, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2018)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2018, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)

Use these ports with displays and other devices that connect using either a Thunderbolt 3  cable or USB-C cable. You can also connect a USB-C power adapter and cable to charge your notebook computer. If you have a device that doesn't connect to this port, you might be able to use an adapter to connect it.


If your Mac notebook or desktop computer has more than one port like this, each port supports Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C.
 

USB 3

These Mac models have USB 3 ports:

  • iMac (24-inch, M1, 2021) with four ports
  • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, 2017)
  • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2016)
  • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015)

On MacBook, use this port with displays and other devices that connect using a USB-C cable. You can also connect a USB-C power adapter and cable to charge your notebook computer. If you have a device that doesn't connect to this port, you might be able to use an adapter to connect it.

On iMac (four-port model only), use the USB 3 ports with external devices that connect using a USB-C cable. To connect an external display, use either of the ports with the Thunderbolt symbol .

Thunderbolt

These Mac models have Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 ports:

  • MacBook Pro introduced in 2011 through 2015
  • MacBook Air introduced in 2011 through 2017
  • Mac mini introduced in 2011 through 2014
  • iMac introduced in 2011 through 2015
  • Mac Pro introduced in 2013

Use these ports with displays and other devices that connect using a Thunderbolt  cable.

Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 are not the same as Mini DisplayPort. They have the same shape, but use different symbols on the cable and port. However, this port does support Mini DisplayPort for video output, so you can use a Mini DisplayPort cable to connect a Mini DisplayPort display.
   

Mini DisplayPort

These Mac models have Mini DisplayPort:

  • MacBook Pro introduced in late 2008 through 2010
  • MacBook Air introduced in late 2008 through 2010
  • Mac mini introduced in 2009 and 2010
  • iMac introduced in 2009 and 2010
  • Mac Pro introduced in 2009 through 2012

Use this port with displays that connect using a Mini DisplayPort  cable.

Mini DisplayPort is not the same as Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 . They have the same shape, but use different symbols on the cable and port.
  

USB-A

Use these ports with devices that connect using a USB-A  cable. USB ports are sometimes known by the USB specification of the port, such as USB 2 or USB 3. 

  


Left to right: power, two Thunderbolt, USB-A, and Audio-Out.
 

Ethernet

Use Ethernet  with networks and devices that connect using an Ethernet (RJ45) cable.

On some iMac models, the Ethernet port is located on the computer's power adapter. If your power adapter doesn't have an Ethernet port, you can use an Ethernet adapter.

FireWire


FireWire 400

FireWire 800

Use FireWire  with devices that connect using a FireWire 400 or FireWire 800 cable.
  

SD card

Use the SD card slot with SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, and UHS-II media cards, such as those used by digital cameras.
  

Audio

Use Audio-Out —  or  — with headphones, speakers, and other audio-output devices that connect using an audio cable that has a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) audio jack. 

Use Audio-In  with a microphone or other audio-input device that connects using an audio cable that has a 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) audio jack.

 

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