Recently, the market for rumors about the next generation of Imec Pro has become very hot and it is thought that the people of Cupertino will be very determined to unveil it. Report now Ross Young, The display industry analyst, shows that the company plans to unveil the new 27-inch iMac in the first quarter of next year.
Yang refers to the iMac as the next generation of 27-inch iMacs. Rumor has it that Apple plans to remove the 27-inch model and offer the IQs in both the standard and Pro models. The analyst notes that the ICMC will be unveiled in the spring of 2022. It is not bad to know that spring in the Northern Hemisphere starts on March 20 and ends on June 21. This is exactly the period when Apple usually holds its first spring event, often to unveil the new iPad Pro; But it is also possible that we will see the unveiling of the flagship Imec.
Earlier, some whistleblowers claimed that the display of the iMac flagship model would be larger than 27 inches; But details released by Yang indicate that the 27-inch display will retain its size. In addition, the device is said to use a mini-LED display similar to the MacBook Pro and supports promotion technology to deliver a 120Hz refresh rate.
According to previous reports, the next generation of Imec Pro will be equipped with a Max Deo’s Oman chip consisting of two die. As the name implies, it is expected to consist of two M1 Max chips and on paper promises almost double the performance improvement. The chip can have a maximum of 128 GB of RAM, which is actually twice as much as the latest MacBook Pro configuration.
It seems that Apple will also finish in the graphics sector; Because the SOC is said to accommodate 64 graphics cores, the next iMac Pro will become the processing giant and the best choice for professional activities. Looking at the impressive performance of Apple’s current chips, the Max Deo is expected to be a turning point in the design of proprietary chips based on the logo architecture and cause serious problems for competitors.
Interestingly, the new iMac Pro will be the first product whose graphics chip, thanks to its integrated design, will have access to 128 GB of wired memory, which is almost three times more than the latest multi-thousand dollar configuration of Nvidia Quadro. Amazing power and strange statistics do not end here; Because the memory width of this chip will reach 800 Gbps and it will have a 32-core neural motor consisting of more than 100 billion transistors.