The latest macOS update – Big Sur 11.3 – recently released to developers and appears to contain references to unreleased iMac models. Given the setting of several iMac modelsand ongoing rumors that new versions will soon replace them, the launch of these new iMacs may be closer than we think.
As discovered by 9to5Mac, ‘iMac21.1’ and ‘iMac21.2’ were mentioned in the Big Sur beta and could correspond to the upcoming 21.5- and 27-inch iMacs, code-named J456 and J457. We don’t know much more at the moment, but a leak from a so-called M1X CPU suggests that they may be due to an increase in performance with Apple’s own chip – rather than Intel hardware.
There is a long rumored Apple The event is scheduled for April and will give us more details on upcoming iMac devices. While the event is reportedly mostly discussing iPads and the highly anticipated Air Tags, a new iMac reveal could also be on the agenda.
What would we like to see of new iMacs?
Apple’s current iMac models have both been good computers, but an upgrade is long overdue.
While we loved the 4K graphics from 2019 21.5-inch Apple iMacOtherwise it didn’t live up to our expectations – or its price. Hopefully Apple will pack its new model with better specs right away, without compromising the features it already got right.
The Apple iMac 27 inch The 2020 release shows that Apple can do it. Internals got a nice boost, and for those working from home, the webcam and microphone improvements were a nice upgrade. If we ignore the problems that affect most Apple computers – like the inability to update them yourself – we would have only wished for a few more Thunderbolt ports.
We’ll have to wait a little longer for Apple to reveal all of the upcoming iMacs to be sure of what’s on the cards. As soon as we hear more we will let you know.