The well-known leaker l0vetodream said today that the upcoming iMac redesign will have an even larger screen than the current iMac series.
Apple currently sells iMacs in two sizes; a 21.5-inch model and a 27-inch model. The leak suggests that the new iMac will have a screen that is Apple’s largest yet, and thus exceeds 27 inches. Maybe Apple wants to match the Apple Pro Display XDR and make a 32-inch all-in-one?
It is expected that the new iMac will have a radical redesign, since the current iMac’s industrial design dates back almost eight years with extremely large screen frames and a bevelled chassis.
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We have heard persistent rumors that the small 21.5-inch iMac will have the screen upgraded to 24-inch as part of the redesign, resulting in a machine that is about the same physical size as the current iMac thanks to the supposed shrinkage of the screen frame. . (Apple actually made 24-inch iMacs more than a decade ago, before the iMac switched to an aluminum case).
l0vetodreams tweet today suggests that the high-end iMac will also get a screen size increase that exceeds the current 27-inch size. Historically, 27 inches is as big as the iMac has ever been. However, the Apple Cinema Display was sold in a 30-inch size, so there is a potential route here, which corresponds to the 32-inch screen found in the Pro Display XDR.
The new iMac series is expected to debut sometime in the coming months, with a next-generation Apple Silicon chip. We have already seen Apple discontinue the advanced iMac Pro and stop selling many BTO configurations of the 21.5-inch iMac, as it prepares for a product overhaul.
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