Apple’s Mini LED iMac Pro will be released this summer with M1 Pro/Max chips

2022-07-31 0 By

According to display analyst Ross Young, Apple’s rumored iMac Pro will launch in the summer, not early in the spring.Mr. Young said he no longer expects the new iMac Pro to launch in the spring, with ‘summer’ now looking more likely.Panels are expected to start shipping in June and be released in August or September.Back in December, Ross Young said an iMac Pro with a Mini LED display would be available in the spring, and Bloomberg’s Gurman also sees a possible spring debut for the device, which is expected in March or April.According to Gurman, Apple’s spring events will focus on the iPhone SE 3 5G, the iPad Air 5 with updated A-series chips, and at least one new Mac powered by Apple’s Silicon chip.Gurman thinks the Mac could be a new Mini LED iMac or Mac Mini, and according to Young’s new data, if Gurman’s information is confirmed, it looks like we might see a new Mac Mini before an upgraded iMac.Apple is rumored to be working on a 27-inch iMac to be sold alongside the smaller 24-inch iMac.The new iMac will have Mini LED backlighting, but Ross Young said today that he thinks it will have fewer Mini LED areas than Mini LED iPad Pro and MacBook Pro models.The 27-inch iMac is expected to see Apple restore the name “iMac Pro” to distinguish it from the 24-inch iMac and align it with the MacBook Pro models.The iMac Pro will include the same M1 Pro and M1 Max chips as the MacBook Pro models, as well as an updated design with thinner black borders and perhaps new color options.