Apple’s next silicon-powered iMac could feature a ‘really big’ display: report

After showing off its M1 series last year, tech company Apple is now gearing up to bring its custom Silicon solution to the iMac.

There are new details on the design of the iMac. MacRumors reported that a credible leaker said Apple’s new iMac will feature a “ really big ” screen, bigger than the current 27-inch iMac.

Currently, Apple sells a 21.5-inch iMac and a 27-inch iMac. The organization may look to replace both variants with an updated design and its new processors. Apple’s equivalent desktop machines haven’t seen a significant design change since 2012. According to MacRumors, the revamped iMac display is invented by the credible l0vetodream.

The leaked one was quoted as saying the organization would replace the current 27-inch iMac with a considerably larger screen. The private tweet reads: “The iMac’s screen is really big, bigger than the biggest”.

Previously, Apple had explained that the new iMac would feature thinner bezels, no metal chin, and look more like the company’s Pro Display XDR, which features a 32-inch display.

While an update is a clear requirement, Apple should also power the machine with its own processors. The company is also said to be working on chips with 16 high power cores and four efficiency cores. On top of that, the new iMacs might also see new color options similar to the new iPad Air.

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