Apple is currently preparing for several models to be launched next year, among which the 27-inch iMac Pro may be a product that many consumers are concerned about. As early as half a year, the iMac Pro using Intel processors has begun to gradually stop shipping, and this new iMac Pro will be equipped with Apple’s self-developed chip to provide more powerful performance.
The new 27-inch iMac Pro will make up for some of the design deficiencies of the previous M1 iMac, and will also follow the new MacBook Pro models, equipped with a mini-LED display, and the refresh rate will dynamically change between 24 Hz and 120 Hz. Instead of the original Intel x86 processors, M1 Pro and M1 Max will have stronger performance. It is rumored that its memory configuration will start from 16GB, with a maximum of 64GB available.
Compared with the M1 iMac, the new iMac Pro will provide greater scalability. It will be equipped with four Thunderbolt interfaces, a network card interface, and an SD card reader on the right side to facilitate professional creatives. At the same time, the new iMac Pro should inherit the design style of M1 iMac in appearance, but will adopt a deeper color scheme, and will further transform the internal structure and use new cooling solutions. According to Wccftech
reports, the new 27-inch iMac Pro is expected to be released in the first half of 2022, but shipments may be limited.
Although there are media reports that Apple will fully switch to self-developed chips after 2022 and launch Mac Pros equipped with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, Apple is likely to launch a Mac Pro equipped with Intel x86 processors before completing the transition. According to Wccftech
reports, Apple is developing two Mac Pro models, one with the same design and internal structure, and the other with a brand-new design. One of which is likely to be an Intel platform product. In fact, a few months ago, there was news that the 2022 Mac Pro seemed to use Intel Xeon W-3300 series (IceLake-SP) processors.