A new 2021 iMac concept has surfaced the internet hours before the official announcement at Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event.
Apple announced its April 20 event earlier this week, and now a reliable Apple leaker, l0vetodream, has hinted that Apple could debut its long-rumored Apple Silicon based iMac series at the company’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event.
A renowned Apple leaker has reported that Apple will ship its upcoming Apple Silicon iMac with the company’s biggest display yet.
A few weeks after Apple discontinued the iMac Pro, the company has officially removed the product from its website. iMac Pro, as of this afternoon, is no longer available for purchase via both Apple’s website and the Apple Store app.
Apple stopped discontinued its Intel chips based iMac Pro last week, and now a developer has reportedly found the existence of an ARM-based iMac in an Xcode crash log.
We’ve always dreamt of an iMac running the latest M1 chip from Apple. But there’s no information on when Apple will release its first iMac with Apple Silicon chips as of now. A YouTuber took it to his own and soldered the motherboard from M1 Mac mini and soldered it onto a 2011 iMac, making it the world’s first custom iMac with Apple Silicon chip.
Apple products have been around from more than two decades. Latest report claims Nasa’s Perseverance Rover is powered by PowerPC 750, the same chipset that also powered 1998 iMac G3.
A new leak has shown off the redesigned 2021 iMac in five new colors. The leaker also claims that a smaller version of the Mac Pro, with a design similar to the Mac mini, is also in the works.
2020 was undoubtedly a good year for Apple. This year Apple is expected to launch a slew of new devices, some of which will be minor updates while the others will be significant new versions. Mark Gurman has revealed Apple’s roadmap for 2021. Apple is expected to launch refreshed iPhones, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and iMac.
A few minutes ago, Apple announced that it will be holding an event on 10th November. While everyone is expecting the Cupertino-based tech giant to launch Macs powered by Apple Silicon at the event, there isn’t much info about which models of Mac will make their debut. Well, a new leak has popped up online, giving us an idea about what to expect from the event.