Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Apple has hit the headlines of the news coming from the world of gadgets more frequently than many other brands. But that is primarily because of its smartphones and the other mobile devices. There have been very little as far as the immovable devices are concerned. But here we are with a new update regarding the upcoming Apple iMac 2017 which states that the device has Thunderbolt 3 as one of its features. Apple iMac 2017 is set to retain 5K display as one of its features The upcoming version of the Apple iMac is definitely going to have an upgrade as far as the USB ports are concerned. It is reported in The Bit Bag that the Apple iMac 2017 is going to come with Thunderbolt 3 which has been controversial since its inception into the market. This will somewhat force the users who are planning to get hold of an Apple iMac 2017 to change all the accessories to new ones which will have USB Type-C compatibility. Other than this it is also reported that the Apple iMac 2017 is going to retain the 5K Retina display which is one of the features in the currently available versions of the desktops from Apple. Along with this new upgrade, it is rumoured that the upcoming device is going to have an Intel Kaby Lake processor as one of its features. Other than these speculations have also surfaced regarding the graphics card of the Apple iMac 2017. It is expected that the latest version of the desktop from Apple is going to be equipped with an AMD GPU. The GPU that will be provided in the Apple iMac 2017 will be in accordance with the power energy consumption of the personal computer. Also, reports have come in suggesting the fact that there might also be an update in the keyboard of the Apple iMac 2017. The keyboard that will be coming with the latest version of the device is expected to be bearing resemblance with the one provided in the MacBook Pro2017. However, everything is in a state of speculation, and nothing has been confirmed regarding what the actual features of the Apple iMac 2017 are going to be when it hits the market. But one thing is for sure that the upcoming edition of the desktop from Apple is going to go through some sort of upgradation even if Apple CEO Tim Cook consider it as one of the best among those available in the market.