With two days to go until Apple’s One More Thing launch on November 10, according to a previous report, if you want to see some redesigned iMac models, the sad news is that it’s impossible. Apparently, the first two computers to use custom silicon chips are expected to be the 13-inch MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. Rumor has it that the first redesigned iMac will be released in the first quarter of 2021.
Companies such as Svetapple have spent a lot of time designing 24-inch and 32-inch iMac concept computers because they look so far away from Apple’s current model. If you look at Apple’s website now, you’ll find that the two models are very different, with the latest concept design showing a very thin but uniform border. The design concept appears to have been inspired by the 2020 iPad Pro, as both the 24-inch and 32-inch iMacs feature rounded designs.
The base doesn’t look any different and still uses an aluminum stand, which is obviously great because it provides extra durability while retaining a beautiful look. In addition, the 24-inch and 32-inch iMac concept machines are smaller than the current generation. This may be because Apple’s rumored A14T chipset, which is said to be manufactured using TSMC’s 5nm node, will provide enough efficient cooling without the need for a comprehensive cooling solution.
Given the leaked A14X Bionic score, you should probably expect some important updates from Apple’s Silicon iMac. However, it looks like you’ll have to wait a while to see the official release of these products. If you don’t want to buy a redesigned new iMac, if you’re waiting patiently for Apple’s most powerful machine, you might get what you need, but it’s all going to happen in the future.
There are rumors that Apple will release a custom hardware version of the Mac Pro this time, and most importantly, it will be much smaller than the current Mac Pro. Maybe people will wait for the Mac Pro concept machine in the future.