Ross young, CEO of Supply Chain Consultants rectified his previous comment on the social network Twitter launched a few days ago. In this case MacRumors echoes Young's correction to the popular outlet.
In this case the 27-inch display for the iMac will feature mini-LED backlighting, which probably means it would add the XDR designation we've seen on the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros recently. According to Young, Apple plans to launch the new iMac with this screen in the first quarter of 2022.
The tweet in which you correct your previous comment in which said Apple was planning to release an external monitor With these features that now adds to the 27-inch iMac is the following:
OK, tweeted too early. The 27 ″ MiniLED screen is going in an iMac in Q1'22, not an external monitor. May see a monitor later. Still 24Hz - 120Hz variable refresh… Sorry for the confusion!
- Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 20, 2021
We can deduce that the forecasts of launching a screen were therefore errors and in this case it is a 27 iMac with ProMotion, which allows an adaptive refresh rate between 24Hz and 120Hz to optimize the performance of the equipment. Young does not really indicate what will be the resolution of the screen of this new iMac model that is to come and is that the current 27-inch model has a 5K resolution and it looks really good. Possibly the monitor Young spoke of will initially arrive later this coming year.