Apple’s supposedly redesigned iMacs could oversize the larger model’s screen, using the latest rumored news.
As MacRumors reports, the word of the vine is that the screen of the larger 27-inch model will increase in size, according to l0vetodream, an Apple lover with a reliable track record in the past (although we still have to treat this speculation with a lot. skepticism, of course).
How much extra screen space will the supposedly revised iMac actually have? It’s not clear, but apparently in a private tweet, l0vetodream claimed that: “The iMac screen is really big, bigger than the bigger one.”
So we can assume that if we look at a substantial increase, we might see a shift from a 27 inch screen to a 32 inch screen.
We don’t know when these long-awaited redesigned iMacs will actually arrive, but they are expected to debut at some point in 2021 – perhaps sooner rather than later, given that Apple recently discontinued some Intel iMac models.
The new all-in-one is expected to upgrade to one of Apple’s ARM processors, likely the next step from the current M1 chip (the successor could possibly be called M1X and could be a 12-core processor) .
The decision to use its own silicon should see Apple drastically downsizing new iMac models, and the rumor also insists that the redesign could make all-in-one PCs look similar to Pro Display XDR ( with a rear flat rather than curved, and extremely thin bezels – which corresponds to the idea of sizing the screen).
The Pro Display XDR is a 32-inch 6K monitor, perhaps that’s just one more clue that this might be the size Apple is looking for for the larger iMac.