Apple working on large screen redesigned iMac, says Gurman
Apple is working on a large version of its redesigned M1 iMac to replace the current 27-inch Intel model, according to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman.
In last weekend’s Power On newsletter, Gurman said the new machine is still “en route,” suggesting it may feature an M1X or M2X chip, but further details are still unknown.
Apple’s redesigned 24-inch iMac, launched in April this year, marked the first major redesign to the machine since 2012, boasting a forward-thinking design in seven new colors, a new Apple M1 chip, camera, and audio improvements, and more.
Gurman claimed earlier this year that Apple had paused development of its large screen redesigned iMac in part to focus on releasing the 24-inch model on schedule.
The recent mentioning of the machine possibly featuring an M2X chip would suggest a launch isn’t expected this year, or even during the first half of 2022, but details remain thin.