We’ve already heard some rumors about the arrival of a new 27-inch iMac Pro with a Mini-LED display. Now there’s a new leak to add to the stack.
Apple is reportedly sending a limited number of iMacs to manufacturers for assembly, according to an article by DigiTimes. This rumor matches display analyst Ross Young’s prediction that Apple’s new all-in-one PCs will hit the market in the first half of 2022.
Apple has not yet confirmed anything about the arrival of a new iMac.
Analysis: Expected specs
According to recent rumors, the 27-inch iMac Pro will come with a 120Hz ProMotion display that uses Mini-LED technology.
The device is probably controlled by the new M1 Pro or M1 Max processor for extra power. This would be the first iMac to run on Apple’s own chipset.
The entry-level model of the new iMac may start with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. We expect a starting price of around 2,000 euros.
In terms of design, the iMac does not seem to deviate much from the colorful 24-inch variant. It also gets an HDMI connection, an SD card slot and USB-C ports.