iMac Pro 2022 rumours and information
Apple is said to be working on a new iMac Pro 2022, and it might be here sooner than you think.
An Apple source known as Mark Gurman told Bloomberg that the company plans to release a new “iMac Pro” in 2022 with a bigger screen than the company’s current 24-inch iMac (seen above). In the near future, a new iMac Pro would likely take the place of Apple’s current 27-inch 2020 iMac, which is still available with Intel CPUs but is beginning to seem dated in comparison to all of Apple’s new M1-powered goods.
Our excitement for a new “Pro” 27-inch iMac due out in 2022 is fueled by the fact that this model has long been one of the greatest all-in-one computers you can purchase, owing to its large, stunning display and plenty of graphics strength.
A “Peek Performance” event has been scheduled for March 8th, and it’s possible that’s when Apple will reveal the new Pro iMac. All that we know thus far regarding the 27-inch iMac Pro 2022 is included below.
pricing and release date of the iMac Pro 2022
Apple has yet to announce that an iMac will be available in 2022. We’ll have a better idea of when it will be released and how much it will cost when it does.
Three new Macs are expected to be announced during the next Apple event on March 8th, according to recent speculations. Three unpublished Macs, including a possible new MacBook, have been included in Eurasian Economic Database filings.
According to the regulatory records, one of the Apple computers was a portable computer with the model number A2681, which Consomac first discovered. A2615 and A2686 are said to be the model numbers of the other two machines.
Two of the mentioned devices might be the next Mac mini and iMac Pro, based on recent reports and leaks.
If Ross Young is correct, the iMac Pro might arrive in June. This comes from a well-known Apple insider and display specialist. A display panel with “about 1000 zones and around 4000 mini-LEDs” would be included in the iMac Pro 2022, according to Chen.
The current 27-inch iMac, which starts at $1,799, will remain the starting price for the iMac Pro 2022. The new 27-inch iMac 2022 is expected to include more powerful components, including an internal switch from Intel CPUs to Apple silicon, thus we can safely assume that the beginning price will be approximately $2,000 for this new model.
Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known analyst, recently projected that the iMac Pro would not be released until 2023, which is somewhat surprising. This year’s Mac mini and 27-inch “cheap external monitor” will be unveiled in 2022, according to Kuo.
Design of the iMac Pro 2022
In terms of the design of an iMac Pro in 2022, we haven’t heard anything yet. Seeing as how we anticipate it to be an upgrade to the current 27-inch iMac, we can safely assume that the next-generation iMac in 2022 will use the same display. Apple’s 24-inch iMac 2021 may have a narrower bezel, with less of a “chin” at the bottom of the display, which would bring it in line with the new design.
If the iMac 2022 is based on the design of the 24-inch iMac, we’d love to see it come in the same brilliant selection of eye-catching colour choices.
The 2022 display for the iMac Pro
There were persistent reports that Apple was planning to release a 27-inch iMac Pro in 2022 with the same amazing mini-LED screens as its 2021 iPad Pro, MacBook Pros, and 24-inch iMac.
The iMac 27-inch 2022’s major update recently got knocked down by some DigiTimes reporting that says Apple has decided to continue with an LCD display for its 2022 iMac. However, other rumours and leaks have disputed this, and a mini-LED display would appear to make sense for the upcoming iMac Pro.
The iMac Pro 2022’s speed
We can only make informed estimates about what a 2022 iMac Pro would have beneath the hood since Apple hasn’t released any specifications. It’s fair to assume that the new MacBook Pro RTe14-inch 2021 and MacBook Pro 16-inch 2021 laptops will be powered by Apple’s newest M1 Pro and M1 Max CPUs, which were revealed at the end of last year. Apple has made a smart decision by placing the power of those CPUs in a large new 27-inch iMac, which in our testing outperformed the majority of Windows laptops.
As Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman noted more subsequently, Apple will offer the M1 Pro and M1 Max models as part of the “bigger iMac Pro.” Including the 13-inch MacBook Pro and the redesigned MacBook Air, Gurman predicts no less than six new Mac models to be released in 2022.
This spring’s Apple event might have “at least one” Mac-related revelation, according to his past statements.
Naturally, a new 2022 iMac might also arrive with the Apple M2 CPU, which is expected to make its debut in a new MacBook Pro 2022 later this year. Even if the 27-inch iMac does get a new processor, it’s doubtful since the new Pro will be released late in 2022, and the M2 chip is expected to be more power-efficient than the M1 — making it ill-suited to run a powerful new machine.
Expect a new 27-inch iMac Pro 2022 to begin with at least 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage, which is what the present 27-inch iMac has in its entry-level configuration. For the new 27-inch iMac Pro 2022, we’d like to see Apple increase that up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage, which is what’s actually necessary for a “Pro” machine.
2022 iMac Pro with built-in camera
No word yet on what kind of camera you might anticipate from an updated 27-inch iMac Pro. That 24-inch iMac camera from 2021 has a lot going for it, so there’s every reason to expect this camera will be at least as amazing.
Clear and accurate photos and video were captured in our hands-on testing using a 1080p FaceTime HD camera. You may expect to answer phone calls from friends and family while sitting next to a friend or family member on an iMac, so this is a good feature to have. To boost picture quality, we expect to see the M1 processor in the 24-inch iMac undertake some signal processing in the forthcoming 27-inch iMac Pro 2022, as well.
Outlook for the iMac Pro in 2022
At this time, we have every reason to believe that Apple will introduce a new 27-inch iMac Pro model in 2022. In light of Apple’s intentions to switch all Macs to its own CPUs in 2020, the 27-inch iMac is ripe for an upgrade….
All that is left to determine is when and what type of performance and design enhancements may be expected. Source