Good news for all Apple fanatics out there! 2 new Apple iMac 2021 has created a stir as these machines are rumored to come with Apple Silicon chips. Apple has always stayed away from altering the classic design of its iMac range. However, it is now being speculated that the Apple new iMac will sport a new design, quite similar to that of the company’s Pro Display XDR.
As reported by 9to5 Mac, there are references to ‘iMac 21,1’ and ‘iMac 21,2’ in the mac OS Big Sur 11.3 beta 5. However, the site is quick to point out that those numbers have no correlation with the speculated sizes of Apple new iMac. Code named J456 and J457, the 2021 Apple new iMac are supposed to wear 21.5-inch and 27-inch displays respectively.
Apple New iMac Design
we can expect to see the Apple new iMac sport slimmer borders around the screen. It is also being speculated that Apple will reduce the size of the ‘chin’ below the screen. Also, unlike its predecessors, the new Apple iMac 2021 will come with a completely flat back. We can even see a bigger display and better display tech on the newer models.
The Apple Silicon route is expected to boost performance. There have been rumours of an M1X chip that offers significantly more power than the standard M1 chip. Apple sources claim that the Apple new iMac redesign will be “one of the biggest visual updates to any Apple product this year.”
In February, Apple leaker Jon Prosser hinted that the iMac would be offered in multiple colour variants, including, space grey, silver, green, sky blue, and rose gold.
Although these are all speculations, Apple has actually been working to clear out its inventory of iMac in recent weeks. The company also decided to discontinue the iMac Pro and has also done away with two more configurations of the 21.5-inch iMac.
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We will have to wait for the Apple Event expected to be held in April to get a clear picture of Apple new iMac. Stay tuned to this space for the latest updates on Apple new iMac. You can also sign in for our newsletter to get the latest technology news delivered to your mailbox.