This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
Amidst a flurry of rumors about a new iMac, it's reportedly expected that an Intel-processor-powered model will be announced as early as this week, but we'll have to wait until the Apple Silicon model for the design revamp.
First, leaker (who brings unconfirmed information) komiya_kj tweeted that "iMac Wednesday or iMac Monday", and suggested that the AirPods Studio (unannounced over-ear headphones) and the new HomePod and small version of the Mini will be announced in due course.
iMac Wednesday AirPods Studio Thursday Home Pod and Mini Friday or iMac Monday AirPods Studio Tuesday Home Pod and Mini Wednesday
And the second rumor is that the Intel-processor-powered iMac will not get a redesign. After all, leaker Jioriku tweeted that there will be no redesign in the updated 10th generation Intel version of the model and that they will save it for their own Silicon (Apple Silicon Mac), and Prosser above agrees with the view.
Right, should make this known
The iMac redesign IS NOT coming for this 10th generation Intel refresh.
It was Apple insider Sonny Dickson who first suggested the iMac's redesign in the first place: while the basic design of the iMac's "chunky bezels and the chin at the bottom of the screen" have been retained since 2012, Dickson says the new iMac will have a Adopting "the iPad Pro design language, with Pro Display like bezels".
Dickson had hinted at an announcement at WWDC20 in June, namely an Intel-chip-powered model, but rather, the redesign seems to make sense for Apple Silicon Mac, a strategy that makes it a weapon that can appeal to a wide audience.
The only revamp that these leakers are denying is the external design. There is still a possibility that it will have the Apple T2 security chip, AMD Navi GPU, and Fusion Drive (which is incompatible with the T2 chip) will be abolished and moved completely to SSD.
We're also interested in the AirPods Studio and the small HomePod. We will find out the truth of the rumor soon and we will report more as soon as we hear about it.
This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.