Some new iMacs would also have special silicon under the hood. Apple laid the groundwork for its transition away from Intel CPUs last summer, and the first Macs with the new hardware began shipping in time for the holidays. Apple stated at the time that the entire transition would take about two years.
Apple’s iMac comes with a 21.5-inch or 27-inch display. According to one reliable leaker, that will change later this year with the introduction of refreshed versions.
According to a Bloomberg study from earlier this year, two new iMacs with smooth backs and narrower bezels are in the works. The redesigned iMacs would also omit the wide chin, giving them a look more akin to the Pro Display XDR.
For what it’s worth, Apple’s high-end monitor boasts a 32-inch diagonal IPS LCD.
If real, that will be a significant improvement for the product line. Although the iMac has undergone occasional upgrades with new functionality, its physical architecture and appearance have not improved since 2012.
The annual Worldwide Developers Conference is Apple’s next big gathering. The online-only gathering begins on June 7 and continues until June 11th.
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