Well-known leaker l0vetodream on Saturday said Apple’s newly redesigned iMacs, which are expected to hit shelves sometime this year, will feature a “really big” display, larger than the largest 27-inch offering in the current iMac lineup.
Apple is rumored to be readying replacements for both its 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac models. The new iMacs are expected to be powered by Apple Silicon, featuring updated designs and better performance. The iMac lineup hasn’t seen a significant update since 2012.
Leaker l0vetodream says the new model that will replace the 27-inch iMac will feature an even larger display. The leaker’s private tweet translates to “The iMac’s screen is really big, bigger than the biggest one.” (Via MacRumors)
The tweet jibes with reports from Bloomberg and others that indicate that the new iMac lineup will feature smaller bezels and no metal “chin.” It is expected to sport design language similar to the Pro Display XDR, which boasts a 32-inch display.
A March 24 report indicated that beta 5 of macOS Big Sur 11.3 contains references to two unreleased iMac models.