The new 27-inch iMac will add slightly different colors to the current ones

Several last minute leaks indicated that the arrival of the new 27-inch iMac models (which may actually be larger) was relatively close with the start of mass production of the teams and now they comment that the colors could also be the protagonists of these new teams.

And it is that since the launch of the 24-inch iMac in various colors it seems that Apple's trend will be precisely this, to give continuity to what has started. Actually these new 27 or 30 inch teams have to arrive during this coming year, but obviously everything will depend on the shortage of components and other details that escape from Apple itself. They may present them, stock a few, and go a bit on the go based on sales.

The colors yes, but it may be more sober for the larger model

But what matters now is to know as much as possible of the details that can be incorporated in these new equipment and it seems that they will not be exactly the same colors that we have in the current models. Twitter user @dylandkt stated a few weeks ago that the new 27-inch iMac would add a similar design to the current 24-inch ‌iMac‌ which was launched earlier this year, but with a somewhat more sober or darker color palette. This they remember today from MacRumors.

It would be nice if Apple added colors to the new larger iMac models, but it could also be good if these models were somewhat different in terms of colors than the current models. It is logical to think that most users may like them but always it is better to have more variety of colors available. What is clear and confirmed is that these iMac will mount the Apple processors, the Apple Silicon and with them the change will come to the rest of the Mac range during the year. Power, efficiency and a much more affordable price go hand in hand with these powerful Apple M-series processors.

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