According to initial forecasts, Apple will reissue its 27-inch iMac and supply it with a mini LED display including ProMotion technology 120Hz. The use of new M1 Pro / Max chips would also be conceivable. The market launch should be planned for the first quarter of 2022.
As the often well-informed analyst Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, announced on Twitter, the Californian company is currently working on a 27-inch panel with mini-LED lighting, which is expected to be in a new iMac Will find space. With a variable refresh rate between 24 to 120 Hz, the ProMotion technology should also be on board, which Apple now offers not only in iPhones and iPads, but also in the recently introduced MacBook Pro models.
Apple iMac 27-inch with M1 Pro/Max chips?
Young started with an external screen, which theoretically could have established itself on the market with 27 inches as the “cheaper” entry-level version of the Pro Display XDR (from 5499 euros). A short time later, however, he corrected his forecast and pointed out a new Apple iMac. No information is available yet on the equipment of the all-in-one desktop (AiO) or the resolution of the panel. However, the rumors are likely to intensify until an expected presentation in the first quarter of 2022.
It can be assumed that after the introduction of the 24-inch iMac with M1 chip and the recent presentation of the more powerful M1 Pro and M1 Max processors, Apple will also switch from Intel to its own hardware on ARM for the 27-inch model. Basis has been provided. It is questionable whether the 27-inch iMac Pro will also be updated in the same breath. The all-in-one alternative to the Mac Pro desktop was officially discontinued and sold by the manufacturer in spring 2021.
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