New report raises hopes for new 27-inch iMac Pro with mini-LED display
We’ve been hearing for a while now that the upcoming 27-inch iMac Pro will launch with a mini-LED display, and a new report adds even more evidence that our hopes will be fulfilled.
Apple suppliers seem to be shipping these a limited number of mini-LED iMacs out to larger manufacturers for assembly, according to a paywalled report from DigiTimes. This report aligns with display analyst Ross Young’s predictions, which say that Apple’s newest all-in-one desktop will launch sometime in the first half of 2022.
Naturally, Apple hasn’t confirmed any rumors about the new mini-LED displays, so we won’t know for sure until there is an actual announcement from the company.
Analysis: Rumored specs so far
According to recent reports, the 27-inch iMac Pro will come with a 120Hz ProMotion mini-LED display. The refresh rate will switch between a range of 24Hz and 120Hz for efficiency and a more fluid user experience.
The base specs for the 27-inch iMac Pro are expected to feature 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD, and should start at about $2,000 (around £1,460, AU$2,660).
Design-wise, the new 27-inch iMac Pro is expected to look like the current model, rather than its more colorful 24-inch sibling. It will also feature an HDMI port, plus an SD card and USB-C connectors, along with dark bezels instead of the white bezels found on the 24-inch version.
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