Apple previously confirmed that it would stop selling iMac Pro once supplies run out. They are rumored to replace the older generation iMac Pro devices and replace them with a much newer model. Instead, users will get the latest iMac models that use Apple Silicon processors.
As is known, until 2020, Apple is still producing iMac Pro devices using Intel’s processors. However, because they wanted to transition to Apple Silicon, they had to kill the previous generation iMac Pro line. They will introduce a new All-in-one computer that uses their ARM processor. Apple will “force” users to switch to a model they will launch soon.
Wccftech (21/3) reports that some leaks say that the Cupertino-based company will announce a new model this October. Of course, it will be one of the most awaited devices by its fans. Upcoming iMac models will be redesigned using either an M2 or A14T chipset. This latest generation processor is rumored to have much higher performance when compared to its predecessors.
On the other hand, many people also say that Apple will remodel the latest generation of iMac devices to appear more modern. Apple still has not provided information regarding these rumors. But for those who don’t want to wait, they can still buy the 27-inch iMac, which offers processors up to the 10th generation Core i9, 128GB RAM, 8TB of storage, and more.