At the spring new product launch conference held last month, Apple announced the launch of a new iMac with an M1 chip. The previous iMac Pro using Intel processors has begun to gradually stop shipments, many people speculate that the successor to the self-developed chip is already on the way. After all, Apple is not willing to stop the production line for too long.
Recently, Twitter user @LeaksApplePro
shared a rendering of the new iMac Pro. The overall design style is similar to the new iMac, such as the square shape, narrower frame, and shorter chin, and there is no Apple
logo on the front. The rendering shows that the new iMac Pro is a combination of space gray and graphite. It is understood that, unlike the new iMac, the new iMac Pro is likely not to provide colorful color schemes for users to choose from.
Compared with the new 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. More importantly, it is rumored that the price of the new iMac Pro may be cheaper than the previous iMac Pro that uses Intel processors. However, the specific details are not complete at present. Apple has not fully determined the plan for the new version of iMac Pro and may make some changes.