According to leaker Dylandkt, the next-generation iMac under development may be called “iMac Pro”. The device will use the same M1 that Apple introduced with the MacBook Pro model
Pro and M1
Max chip, and it is possible to “add a configuration.”It is said that Apple will use the name “Pro” to distinguish the upcoming iMac from the 24-inch iMac released earlier this year. Since it will use M1
Pro and Max chips, Apple considers it to be a “Pro” level device, and internally calls it iMac Pro.
The leaker stated,iMacIt will use a 27-inch mini-LED display and include ProMotion technology, although some previous rumors indicate that the next-generation iMac will use a larger display. Unlike the 24-inch iMac, “iMac Pro”A dark border will be used, and the border size may become smaller.
From the design point of view, it may look similar to the 24-inch iMac and professional monitor XDR,AppleObviously, Face ID has been tested for this machine, but this is not a confirmed feature.
The basic model iMac will be equipped with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage space, and all models will be equipped with an HDMI port, an SD card slot and several USB-C/Thunderbolt ports, andMacBookPro is similar. It is said that Apple will also add an Ethernet port to the power adapter.
The new generation of iMac will start at US$2,000 or more. It will be launched in the first half of 2022. The upcoming “iMac Pro” will replace the currentIntelThe 27-inch iMac model.
We haven’t heard much about Apple’s larger screen iMac, but Bloomberg’s Mark Gullman has confirmed that the development of the previous 24-inch model has affected the progress, and the new machine is now under development.
Display industry analyst Ross Young also said before that Apple is developing a new 27-inch iMac with mini-LED display and ProMotion display technology.