A cross between the 24 ” model and the iMac Pro?
According to hallway noises shared by Dylandkt, the new iMac would include most of the most recent components added to the new MacBook Pro 2021. For now, it is not yet known whether it would be an iMac Pro or ‘a 27’ ‘iMac.
Promotion and Mini Led
Base model 16gb Ram 512gb Storage
M1 Pro and Max
HDMI, SD Card, Usb C
Similar design to iMac 24 and Pro Display XDR
Starting price at or over 2000 dollars
Ethernet on brick standard
Face ID was tested (Not confirmed)
– Dylan (@dylandkt) October 30, 2021
The screen of this future iMac Pro would be equipped with mini-LED technology and a ProMotion refresh rate to save power and make graphics more fluid, advantages already available on the MacBook Pro with M1 Pro processor. The informant here supports what Ross Young, a display expert, was already saying about a possible 27 ” screen for this product. Dylandkt goes even further and also ensures that the iMac 2022 would have a design similar to the 24 ” iMac and would embed Pro Display XDR technology. The whole thing would be belted in black, similar to the old iMacs now removed from the shelves.
On the performance side, we would be entitled to the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, the scores of which are already announced as very good quality. The whole could be supported by 16 GB of RAM (or more?) And 512 GB of internal storage.
A very high price
Dylandkt assures that this iMac will cost “over two thousand dollars“, Or probably more than two thousand euros with us. An Ethernet socket would also still be there, while the fate of biometric unlocking remains uncertain.
Logically, we should also take the opportunity to see the return of the SD card port and the HDMI socket, already seen there also on the latest MacBook Pros. Of course, let us remember that all this is still only at the stage of the assumption so that it is advisable to consider these data with tweezers.
Released next year?
Finally, let us add that the device should see the light of day during the first half of 2022. No keynote is however planned for the moment, but this would make sense given that the 24-inch iMac will then begin to date of about a year. The iMac Pro, for its part, had finally been abandoned and is no longer available at certain specialist retailers but no longer in the Apple Store.