Rumors of a new iMac Pro are rife right now with Apple still to bring Apple silicon to its high-end all-in-one Mac.

Now, a new report suggests that the refresh will come in spring of 2022, with the switch to a mini-LED screen also in the cards.

The news comes via display analyst Ross Young, with the report suggesting that the display size will remain at 27 inches but with the addition of mini-LED technology. The use of mini-LED will allow Apple to offer ProMotion 120Hz refresh rates, with that refresh rate also being variable just like iPhone 13 and the newer MacBook Pro.

Apple’s Launch of the 27” iMac Pro with MiniLEDs, 120Hz Variable Refresh and Oxide Backplanes
Expected in the spring as Apple brings its Pro Motion technology to the iMac.

Some rumors had also suggested that the iMac Pro would use a larger display than the current model, but Young doesn’t appear to believe that to be the case.

Apple’s iMac Pro is still awaiting the move away from Intel processors and it’s possible it will benefit from some variation on an M2 chip. The M2 is likely to be announced alongside a MacBook Air refresh next year, although nothing is known with any certainty right now. Whatever chip it gains, it’s expected the new iMac Pro will be an excellent machine in terms of performance.

(via: MacRumors)

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