It seems that Apple is planning to unveil an iMac multipurpose computer model with a larger screen than the current model. Recent reports suggest that this model could have an advanced 27-inch display based on mini-LED technology, and apparently, unlike the 24-inch model, it will only be available in limited colors of space gray and silver.
However, a report from Digitimes shows that Apple plans to offer a 27-inch iMac in a variety of color options; Of course, it is not yet clear whether the mentioned colors will be similar to the 24-inch model or not. In fact, it can be said that the color options of the current 24-inch iMac are a reference to the iMac G3 multifunctional and memorable computer, which is offered in several colors, and if the report is correct, Apple can follow this trend in the larger model.
Earlier it was said that the 27-inch model will be named “Imec Pro”; So it’s a bit unexpected for Apple to consider a variety of color options for its high-end iMac. On the other hand, it is possible that Apple, as in previous eras, has three iMac models to offer, and the leaked specifications are related to the standard version with a larger screen.
Digitimes, meanwhile, claims that the 27-inch iMac will lack a mini-display with the ability to promote 120 Hz content, and like the 24-inch model, will use a backlit LCD display to immerse users in visual content. . This could be another confirmation of the previous scenario. In fact, the Digitimes report is in stark contrast to what he said Ross YoungIs an analyst familiar with the display industry. Earlier this month, Yang reiterated that the new iMac will feature a mini LED panel and promotion support.
However, a new report states that the LED chips used in the 27-inch IOMC display have increased by an average of 30 to 40% compared to previous models, which means the display is brighter. Overall, the new 27-inch iMac is expected to be unveiled in the first quarter of 2022, possibly at an event in March or April.
It is interesting to note that after the Digitimes report, Ross Young reacted once again by announcing that the new iMac will use a mini-LED display; Therefore, the accuracy of any of the reports at this point can not be confirmed or denied; But Yang’s remarks seem a little closer to reality.