Go ahead we are talking about rumors about rumours. And it is that while some media and analysts assure that the Cupertino company does not plan to launch new screens this year, that is, they leave the iMac out of any launch option, others like Ross Young, now appear warning of a possible device with a 27-inch screen and mini-LED technology.
Obviously, if we talk about 27-inch screens, the launch of an iMac comes to mind for all of us, the iMac that we had to have seen or that we can still see during the rest of the year and that many advance in saying that Apple removed it from its product catalog.
The 27-inch iMac could be really expensive, couldn't it?
And it is that I have seen the 24-inch iMac together with the reduced price of Apple equipment thanks to the integration of Apple Silicon processors, we can think that this 27-inch iMac could be directly related to the Pro teams. This would mean a significant price increase in the product, but it is not clear if this will be the case or not.
I don't know what they are going to call it, but am quite confident that a 27″ display with MiniLEDs is coming around June. We have called every MiniLED product right from Apple so far.
- Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) March 16, 2022
Yesterday Ross Young, released this message on his official Twitter account, leaving the door open to a new product for the month of June. This does not mention whether it will be an iMac or not, what is indicated is that it would be with a mini LED screen, something that does not surprise us too much. Let's hope that this is an iMac and that the Cupertino company does not rule out the big-screen computer for all users as it did with the 24-inch computer.
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It is very sad the blind shots that apple continues to give in its mac model for professionals, it is the biggest scam ever seen in the mac pro era Mr. Jobs, he would turn over in his grave if he saw again how they are guiding the brand that in its moment we were the professionals, design, audio and multimedia the main commercial of your brand. If we pay for something that is unique, we obviously also need it to be practical and a piece of equipment that cannot be updated, you need an infinity of adapter cables and to top it off it does not meet the minimum requirements that professionals need, neither in RAM nor in hard disk, which is what minimum, what use is it that they say they have the best processors, neither does the operating system get the most out of it, nor does the cost correspond to the result, gentlemen, this is neither an iphone, nor an ipad, nor a computer for users outside the guild. is apple going to continue like this? After almost 24 years with this brand, I wonder if it's really worth buying a monitor at the price of the best PC you can buy, all inclusive. To make matters worse, the IMACs from 3 years ago, most of which cost more than €6.000, don't even exist anymore... are they not capable of combining them again with the new processors? Let's see when they wake up… this brand, in addition to being for the entire public to which they have wanted to direct it, is also for professionals, gentlemen of Apple….