Apple is working on a new iMac 2022 and we’ll have it sooner than you think, the report claims. According to a Bloomberg journalist and long time Apple tracker Mark Gurman who believe the brand will ship a new “iMac Pro” with a larger display than the previous Apple iMac launch 2021.
Apple may launch a new 27-inch iMac in March, which could be called the “iMac Pro”. Compared to the iMac 2021, the upcoming iMac display will be larger, with the display size of the iMac 2021 being 24-inch while the upcoming iMac display will have a 27-inch. Along with the larger display, the new iMac will be powered by a high-end chipset and, specifications will be upgraded and added.
A lot has changed since the Apple iMac started using the M1 processor, the iMac has a slimmer shape design and richer color matching. If Apple launches the iMac Pro in March, the chipset will undoubtedly be the M1 Pro or M1 Max, and the size will be 27 inches. But the color combination may only have the option of space grey and silver, and there is a black border.
According to a well-known tipster, @dylandkt and Ross Young, the 27-inch iMac Pro is expected to introduce a 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate display and mini LED backlight, making it complement the new MacBook Pro. However, in another report, another source gave a different opinion, claiming that the large iMac will not have the mini LED, but will provide a variety of color options. A new 2022 iMac might also ship packing the Apple M2 chip that’s rumoured to be making its debut in a new MacBook Pro 2022 later this year with a large display (such as an increase to 30inch -32inch inches). It should expect a new 27-inch iMac Pro 2022 to start with at least 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD and under the hood, It’s a 1080p FaceTime HD camera. In addition, the iMac Pro may be equipped with four Thunderbolt 4 ports, and may also use Face ID.