According to the latest news, the upcoming iMac redesign will use a larger display than the current iMac series. Apple currently sells iMacs in two sizes, one is a 21.5-inch model and the other is a 27-inch model.
The leaker said that the new iMac will use Apple’s largest display so far, which exceeds 27 inches.
Maybe Apple wants to cooperate with Apple Pro Display XDR to create a 32-inch all-in-one machine?
The new iMac is expected to undergo a complete redesign. The current industrial design of the iMac can be traced back to nearly 8 years ago,
with a very large screen frame and a beveled body.
The new iMac is expected to draw design inspiration from the 2018 iPad Pro aesthetics, reducing bezels and bringing flatter sides.
In January of this year, Bloomberg said that the appearance of the iMac will be similar to that of the Pro Display XDR.
Display XDR’s 32-inch screen
Historically, 27 inches is the largest size ever for the iMac all-in-one. However, when Apple’s independent display product Cinema Display was launched, it was 30 inches,
so this is also a potential route, which is not inconsistent with Pro Display XDR’s 32-inch screen.
It is reported that Apple Silicon iMac may have two screen sizes, and use the same type of 12-core SoC (16-core GPU) based on M1, with the code name J456 or 23-inch model, and J457 or 31.5-inch model.
Earlier there were reports that Apple Silicon iMac will use the so-called M2 chipset, or A14T SoC based on TSMC’s 5nm process.
Even though there is news that Apple may have obtained the supply of 4nm chips,
it seems unlikely that such an advanced node will be the first to be used on Apple Silicon iMac.
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