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The new iMac Pro will arrive this year with a design change

Mark Gurman, one of the most reliable sources in the Apple universe, has released an interesting prediction focused on the new generation iMac Pro, a long-awaited line of products that, according to said source, will definitely arrive this year. We do not have a specific release date, but it is most likely that it will end up being presented at the second half of 2022.

The 2022 iMac Pro will debut a new design Probably inspired by the iMacs of 2021, although with a more serious touch and according to its “Pro” character. That more serious touch should also be noted in the available colors, although at the moment there is nothing confirmed, so we have to wait to see what Apple surprises us with.

The size that the iMac Pro 2022 will have has not yet been disclosed, but everything seems to indicate that it could maintain the 27-inch format of the previous generation model, or that it could even go further and arrive in two different versions, one 27 inches and one larger. Right now, all options are open because Apple has not confirmed anything.

As far as hardware is concerned, we can almost guarantee that Apple will use the new M1 Max SoC in 2022 iMac Proalthough it remains to be seen if it will be the standard version that we all know, equipped with a 10-core CPU, or if, on the contrary, the apple company decides to use a new variant with a 12-core CPU, something that rumors have been pointing to. previous.

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Another important novelty would be the introduction of a mini-LED panel with ProMotion technology. The rest of its specs are a mystery for now, but I think we can expect a decent amount of RAM and storage capacity even in the base configuration.

Finally, the source of this information has also dropped that it is likely that by the end of the year we will see a new Mac Mini configured with the Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max SoCs. If all this is confirmed, we can safely say that 2022 is going to be a busy year for Apple.

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