Right now the only one iMac Pro that we have in the market, is that you can buy in third-party stores. Apple long ago eliminated it from its shelves and together with the 21.5 iMac they have become collectibles that perhaps in the distant future, can reach stratospheric values. But for now, if you want to get an iMac you should opt for 24 inches with M1 or 27 inches with Intel. If you want a Pro surname, you can opt for the macbookpro, but if you want the desktop, you will have to wait. The new rumors indicate that the new models will be presented next year.
Apple's next iMac could be an iMac Pro arriving in the first half of 2022, new rumors claim. One that could include an M1 Pro or M1 Max and has the possibility to have Face ID on the screen. Apple officially removed its Intel-based iMac Pro from sale on March 19, removing the product from its website after the last one was sold. According to a new rumor, it looks like his replacement could be on the way in a matter of months.
The analyst @Dylandkt has posted a message on the social network Twitter making mention of this fact. Apple is preparing to create an «iMac (Pro)», with the tweet proposing that the next iMac could be a 'Pro' model to be launched in the first half of 2022. The message went on to say that the model would be similar in design to the 24-inch iMac and Pro Display XDR, with a mini LED display and ProMotion stand.
Promotion and Mini Led
Base model 16gb Ram 512gb Storage
M1 Pro and Max
HDMI, SD Card, Usb C
Similar designs to iMac 24 and Pro Display XDR
Starting price at or over 2000 dollars
Ethernet on brick standard
Face ID was tested (Not confirmed)
- Dylan (@dylandkt) October 30, 2021
The screen would also have dark bezels. Nothing is said about Notch, but it sure brings it especially if it says that it will bring Face ID, although it says that this part is not yet fully confirmed. It also claims that it will run an M1 Pro or M1 Max with 16GB of memory in the base model, along with 512GB of storage. Port selection includes HDMI, USB-C, an SD card, and an Ethernet port on the power brick.