What you need to know
- Apple is said to have new iMacs with Pro Display XDR-like designs coming.
- A new Apple display is also reportedly being worked on.
- Two new Mac Pro computers are also in the timeline.
A new Bloomberg report claims that Apple has a whole raft of new products in the works across the iMac, Mac Pro, and display lineups. Including a replacement for the popular $999 Thunderbolt Display.
Starting with the iMacs, Bloomberg's report says that Apple is working on versions to replace the existing 21.5-inch and 27-inch models, although it isn't clear what the sizes will be for the new models. The design will be all-new, with something more closely resembling the Pro Display XDR aesthetic, the report claims.
Moving on to the Mac Pro, Bloomberg believes that there are two versions of the computer being worked on. A model similar to the current one will feature Intel processors, while a new, smaller model will ship with Apple silicon inside.
The idea of a new Mac that resembles the famous G4 Cube is something I am absolutely here for!
Finally, displays. The $4999 Apple Pro Display XDR is out of the range of most people, but the now-discontinued $999 Thunderbolt Display was a different story. Bloomberg says we're going to get something to replace the display that was killed off in 2016.
There is no mention of any timeframes for any of these releases, unfortunately, but it isn't expected that they'll all arrive this year due to some being in the "early development" stage.
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