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imac pro 2022

Is Apple still planning to release its desktop this year?

According to speculation, Apple could be developing a revamped version of the bigger iMac that could perhaps bring back the term “iMac Pro” to distinguish it from the 24-inch iMac that Apple debuted in 2021. This would be done to differentiate the two models from one another.

The debut of the iMac Pro 2022 had been anticipated to take place this year, but that timeline has since been brought into question.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple researcher, disproved rumors that the desktop could be unveiled this year through Twitter. Instead, he predicted that the iMac Pro would debut in 2023, concurrently with the MacBook Pro.

There have been rumblings that an updated version of the larger-screened iMac could have a design that is analogous to that of the 24-inch iMac, the Pro Display XDR, or the Studio Display. It is speculated that it will have black bezels, and if it does in fact resemble the Pro Display XDR in appearance, the bezel size may be much reduced, and there may be less of a chin at the bottom of the screen.

Display expert Ross Young and others have indicated that the iMac Pro would have a display that is 27 inches in size. This is something that we have to confess is disappointing to us. On the other hand, the remarks that were made concerning a display that was 27 inches could have been referring to the Studio Display. There is still a chance that Apple will release a new iMac model with a more capacious display in the near future.

There is only the M1 Max or M1 Ultra to choose from when purchasing the Mac Studio desktop. There are some desktop Mac enthusiasts who want to see a PC Mac with the M1 Pro installed on it. This could be the potential of the Mac mini, although we’d like to see it in an iMac Pro form.

The GPU in the M1 Pro has 14 or 16 cores, with 14 cores at the entry level. The GPU in the M1 Max is even better, with 32 cores.

If Apple could put the M1 Ultra in the iMac, we might see a 64-core graphics card.

The entry-level iMac Pro is projected to cost around $2,000 and come equipped with 16GB of memory and a 512GB SSD.

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