‘iMac Pro’ comes in 2022 with M1 Pro / Max chips, 27-inch mini-LED display, MacBook Pro ports and more

The next generation of iMac that is on the way can be called “iMac Pro”, according to the doctor Dylandkt. The device will have the same M1 Pro and M1 Max chips that Apple introduced with the MacBook Pro models, and there could possibly be “an additional configuration.”

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Apple is said to use the “Pro” name to distinguish the upcoming ‌iMac‌ from the 24-inch ‌iMac‌ released earlier this year. Since it will use the ‌M1‌ Pro and Max chips, Apple considers it a “Pro” device and calls it ‌iMac‌ Pro internally, according to Dylandkt

The leak claims that the ‌iMac‌ will have a 27-inch mini-LED screen with ProMotion technology, although some previous rumors have indicated that the next generation ‌iMac‌ will have a larger screen. Unlike the 24-inch ‌iMac‌, the “iMac‌ Pro” will have dark frames and the frame size can be slimmed down.

In terms of design, it could look like the 24-inch ‌iMac‌ and Pro Display XDR, and Apple has apparently tested Face ID for the machine, but this is not a confirmed feature.

The base model ‌iMac‌ will have 16 GB of memory and 512 GB of storage space, and all models will be equipped with an HDMI port, an SD card slot and several USB-C / Thunderbolt ports similar to the MacBook Pro. Apple is also said to include an Ethernet port on the power adapter.

Dylandkt says the ‌iMac‌ will have a starting price of $ 2,000 or more, and it will be launched in the first half of 2022. The upcoming “‌iMac‌ Pro” will replace the current Intel-based 27-inch ‌iMac‌ models.

We haven’t heard much about Apple’s larger ‌iMac‌, though Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman has confirmed that such a machine is on the way. Apple has reportedly put work on the larger ‌iMac‌ on hold to work on the 24-inch model, but now that the 24-inch ‌iMac‌ is out, development can resume.

Screen analyst Ross Young has also said that Apple is working on a new 27-inch iMac with a mini-LED screen and ProMotion screen technology.

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