Apple stops selling the 27-inch iMac

Apple stops selling the 27-inch iMac

End clap for the 27-inch iMac. This model is no longer available on the Apple Store online since yesterday. Its last version launched dates from the end of 2020 but the first model was released in 2009. Consumers, who type this reference on the Cupertino company’s store, are for the time being referred to the 24-inch iMac which is currently equipped with an M1 chip.

No 27-inch iMac Pro on the horizon?

As our colleagues fromApple Insider, we could expect the Apple brand to offer us a new large iMac model during the keynote on Tuesday evening. But this was not the choice of the Tech giant. Instead, it launched its new 27-inch Studio Display.

Remember that the iMac is a great classic from the Cupertino company. This all-in-one desktop computer was launched in 1998. After using Intel processors in 2006, it has been transitioning to Apple’s ARM-based Silicon house chips since 2021.

Note that some insiders have also announced, for the moment wrongly, that the company was going to present a new 27-inch iMac Pro at the start of the year. The idea had even inspired a graphic designer who had split a concept of this device. You can precisely review the latter in our dedicated article.

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If you missed the March 8 keynote or want to refresh your memory, be sure to check out our event recap.

For your part, do you regret this disappearance of the 27-inch iMac?

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