What you need to know
- Apple is hosting an event on Tuesday, April 20.
- A leaker has cryptically hinted at rumors of upcoming iMacs with new colors.
- We've previously heard Apple has five new iMac colors planned.
Update, April 18 (12:40 pm ET): L0vetodream is pushing back against reports saying that the leaker hinted at an iMac refresh with new colors.
Twitter leaker l0vetodream has cryptically hinted at the prospect of a new 2021 iMac that might be coming at the April Apple event, possibly in multiple colors.
In a tweet LTD simply stated:
It is customary for Apple fans to try and find hidden meanings and messages in Apple's event invites ahead of possible product announcements, and Apple's 'Spring Loaded' invite for next week has been no different.
Now, l0vetodream might well be trolling us, or simply playing along with the fun. However, Apple is rumored to be planning a release of a brand new iMac with a staggering new design and maybe some new colors.
From February and Jon Prosser:
The new colors are pictured in the above concept, hinting at plans Apple might have to return to the colorful iMac lineups of old.
A complete design overhaul is expected alongside the inclusion of new Apple silicon chips. With the event just days away, we don't have long to find out.
Update, April 18 (12:45 pm ET) — L0vetodream is pushing back against reports saying that the leaker hinted at an iMac refresh with new colors.
After multiple outlets reported on a tweet by leaker L0vetodream, saying that it indicated that new iMacs with multiple colors could see an announcement at Tuesday's Apple Event, the leaker responded and said that the tweet was misunderstood.
One translation on Reddit seems to confirm that.
L0vetodream's response seems to suggest that the leaker was simply comparing the colors of the Apple Event invite to the colors of the old iMac, rather than saying that people should expect such an announcement at Tuesday's event. So, while rumors of an iMac announcement at this week's event are growing, L0vetodream does not want anyone to get the idea that they are one of the leakers making the full-on prediction that we can expect a new color lineup.
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