Apple recently discontinued its iMac Pro desktop computer, followed by two iMac versions
Apple is expected to release new iMac devices later this year, according to reports. Although analysts and tipsters have already speculated about these, new information has now confirmed the rumors that two new models should be released soon. The most recent details come from the macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta, which shows two new iMac names. According to 9to5Mac, the OS version sent to developers includes the identifiers “iMac21,1” and “iMac21,2,” both of which are clearly new and don’t fit any of the current iMac versions.
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Bloomberg reported in January that these two iMacs would be the next-generation replacements for the existing 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs, which were rumored to be getting an update this spring.
Reports indicate that the iMac21,1 and iMac21,2 could be the code-names J456 and J4567 for the upcoming iMac models.
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The new iMacs are expected to be powered by the new M1 or M1X chipsets, as per early findings. According to reports, the latest Macs will have a redesigned chassis that takes cues from the existing crop of iPhones and iPads. The gadget is also said to resemble Apple’s Pro Display XDR panel, which was released in 2019.
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Apple recently discontinued its iMac Pro desktop computer, followed by two iMac versions. On the online store, the company removed two versions of the 21.5-inch iMac machine. For the time being, the 12.5-inch iMac is only available in the 256 GB storage form. These were available in 1 TB and 512 GB variants, but these are no longer available.