Apple may soon launch a new iMac, but it is not the much talked about model that will retire the unmistakable design, now iconic but which has also accumulated quite a few years on its shoulders.
The news will focus on the inside with an update of the components. On the date of the debut there are those who have recently unbalanced stating that the debut could take place this week, while others outline the hardware identikit of the product emphasizing the presence of the tenth generation Intel Core processors.
These are rumors supported for now by the sighting on GeekBench of the iMac with Intel Core i9-10910 and Radeon Pro 5300 GPU which took place at the beginning of July. The current iMac design was last revised in October 2012 and it is plausible that Apple wants to reserve the new body – characterized, first and foremost, by smaller screen bezels – for iMacs equipped with Apple Silicon processors. .
Among the other new features expected for the next iMacs (with or without a renewed design) there is also the retirement of the Fusion Drive – the new range should therefore include SSDs for each configuration – and of the Apple T2 security chip.
As there are no other major Apple events scheduled before the one that will see the debut of the next generation of iPhones (in September according to the latest rumors) it is likely that the Cupertino house will simply introduce the new iMac by inserting it directly in the catalog and issuing a Press release.