No doubt Apple waited to have its own processors review the entire iMac design which hasn’t changed since 2012. Mark Gorman, without a doubt in great shape today, describes an all-in-one future with thinner black borders around the screen. We’ve already come close to the lines of Pro Display XDR, so pop out the big aluminum strip at the bottom of the screen.
The back of the new iMac will be flat, not curved now. Two versions will be planned for this year (J456 and J457), which will replace the 21.5 and 27-inch models. Inquisitive Bloomberg It doesn’t specify whether the diagonals will stay the same (and why isn’t the 32-inch iMac the same as the Pro Display XDR?).
Apple is still working on two new Mac Pro models on the desktop side. The first will be the direct successor to the current tower, with identical design and undoubtedly Intel processors. The second version will use homemade chips, about half the size of the Mac Pro’s aluminum. Apple could have been inspired by the elegant lines of the gorgeous G4 Cube! This is very exciting.
Finally, and this is news that will certainly please Nicholas, the manufacturer would have attacked the development of an external display that is less expensive than the current highly advanced screen. It will not have the same technical characteristics and will be aimed at the average user rather than the professional. We have to go back to 2016 to find the last screen of its kind, the Thunderbolt screen.
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