Apple could unveil new iMac alongside the iPad Pro on April 20
There has been endless hype about Apple's new iMacs ever since the existing models got discontinued some time ago. Much like Macbooks, Apple's new crop of iMacs will get a shiny new chipset and come in heretofore unseen form factors. We could see them sooner rather than later if a new leak is to be believed. Veteran Apple leaker L0ve2dream thinks that Apple could launch the aforementioned iMacs at its April 20 Spring Loaded event.
However, Bloomberg's Mark Gruman said in an interview earlier said that Apple will launch only iPads and AirTags at the event. He adds that there is a new iMac in the pipeline, but neglects to mention if it'll be launched alongside the new iPads. Much like their predecessors, the upcoming iPad Pro models are expected to run a modified version of the A14 Bionic. That could be the only new piece of Apple Silicon we'll be seeing at the event.
Unlike a modified A14 Bionic chipset, a new ARM-based iMac will undoubtedly pack a beefed-up version of the M1, tentatively called the M1X. Such hardware usually warrants a standalone event of its own and we can trust Apple to make a grand showing of it. Love2dream has had quite an impressive track record with Apple-related leaks, so there is still a small chance that we get the see the new iMacs soon.