It has been said for some time that Apple will be able to launch the iMac 2021, and now it is said that the next model will arrive later this year, and inside it will have the Apple Silicon. The information has not yet been confirmed by Apple, but the rumor also states that it should arrive with a screen much larger than the 27 inches, which is present in the current model.
The information came from L0vetodream, a famous leakster who has proven to have good information on several occasions, and as always, used his social network account https://twitter.com/L0vetodream/status/1378363524687142915 to share the news.
Apple currently sells iMacs with 21.5 and 27 inch screens. The new large model would therefore have a screen larger than 27 inches. Unfortunately there is no information about the new size.
New iMac 2021 will arrive with a screen larger than 27 inches
Several information has already circulated about the iMac 2021, including the fact that it would have a design inspired by the Pro Display XDR and reduced margins. Therefore, it is quite possible that the screen of the new iMac is larger than that of the 27-inch model, without being larger in terms of volume. This is the advantage when the margins around the screen are reduced. For example, the iPhone 12 mini (5.4 inches) is more compact than the iPhone SE (4.7 inches).
There is still no specific release date for the iMac 2021. But it seems that the launch is not far from happening, is that the fifth beta version of macOS 11.3 includes references to two iMacs that have not yet been released by Apple. It is very easy to guess that these are the successors of the models of 21.5 and 27 inches.
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