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One year following the launch of the 24″ iMac with an Apple M1 processor, Apple is expected to unveil an upgrade to the 27″‘ iMac in the spring. The topic has been covered in his weekly newsletter, Power On; Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman confirms an idea is frequently circulating. Yes, Apple might name the brand new version “iMac Pro” to differentiate it from its entry-level counterpart. . Mark Gurman evokes a design that is remarkably like the smaller model. However, it’s not the same. So, naturally, it’s looking at the more neutral shades, with more of a layer to make it simpler to connect into Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max chips and improved connectivity.

iMac Pro concept designed by Ian Zelbo

The latest rumors are clear about the possibility of upgrading to a 27” iMac. Apple is likely to be heavily influenced by the work done with MacBook Pro. MacBook Pro. It is an upgrade to the Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max chips that will include at least 16GB of RAM and up to 500GB of storage (twice more storage the entry-level 27” MacBook has in the present). Connectors are expected to have more space than those of the less powerful versions (there is also a worry regarding a memory card reader that can read SD cards). In addition, the display will be able to change to Mini-LED technology, which will allow for the real-black production—not leaving out ProMotion to support 120 Hz.

In simple terms, this model that is a successor to the 27” iMac will likely be priced higher, and prices are likely to increase in line with. The name “iMac Pro” was once reserved for a specific high-end model. It was introduced in 2017 with a price of EUR 5,499. The new model is anticipated to be more affordable than the earlier model. However, we believe it will target a sophisticated and exclusive market like the MacBook Pro 14 “and 16” MacBook Pro.

As for the date for its release, the new Mac will likely be revealed at the first Apple event of the year that is expected to take place in April. So if you’re looking to buy an expensive iMac, but you’re not sure, it’s best to wait until when the new mode