Rumors have Apple working to get a new iMac to market and now an unannounced product has appeared in an Xcode crash log.

With Apple set to move to Apple silicon versions of all of its machines, the iMac is set to be one of the next to get its day in the sun.

Now, an Xcode crash log have outed an unannounced iMac running ARM-64 code. A developer, Dennis Oberhoff, has discovered the upcoming Apple desktop computer, running its very own custom chip.

An iMac running Apple’s custom silicon has been rumored for some time now, and it’s no secret that eventually all computer machines from the iPhone-maker will be powered by these custom chips. Whether this iMac in particular feature an M1 chip or something entirely new, remains to be seen.

A screenshot showing the crash log clearly mentions that an iMac, running macOS 11.2.1 and ARM-64 exists somewhere.

Or, at least, something reporting itself as such does. This wouldn’t be the first time that an unreleased Mac has been outed in this fashion and with Apple now expected to host a media event next month it’s possible the Apple silicon iMac is just around the corner.

Apple recently discontinued the iMac Pro with some suggesting that the reason was an impending Apple silicon iMac that would destroy it in benchmarks.

(Via: 9to5Mac)

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