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Big iMac with Apple Silicon will be shown this year

Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, in his recent Power On mailing, said that Apple has begun work on a new iMac that will replace 27-inch all-in-ones with an Intel processor. At the same time, the novelty should be based on an improved proprietary chip. Most likely, it will be M1X or M2X.

The gourmand is confident that the new Apple all-in-one will look a lot like the 24-inch iMacs that Apple released this year. New items should adopt the overall design of the body, as well as get improved microphones and a webcam that can shoot in 1080p.

Interestingly, in May, Gurman shared slightly different information. The journalist noted that Apple has suspended work on iMac with a screen diagonal of more than 30 inches. This was done in order to focus on the development and production of 24-inch monoblocks. Now, it seems that the situation has changed and the company has again begun to work on a computer that will replace the 27-inch iMac.

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It is worth noting that Gurman mentioned not only new apple monoblocks in his newsletter. According to the journalist, this fall, Apple should show a radically updated iPad mini. It will lose the Home button, but it will get a more powerful filling and a display with a diagonal of 8.5-9 inches.

Source: MacRumors

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