Apple should take a look at this proposed design for a new iMac
The iMac may remain a powerful solution for designers and the like, but its design is starting to show its age. First seen seven years ago, Apple could do with changing more than just internal hardware for this year's rumoured iMac refresh.
In advance of being officially announced, Viktor Kádár and Patrik Borgatai have created detailed concept renders of the direction in which they would like Apple to take the iMac series. Based on the design language of the Pro Display XDR, Kádár and Borgatai have adopted the fan design from the iMac Pro.
The two designers have also imagined the next-generation iMac as coming with either a 24.2-inch or a 29.4-inch display. The former would have a 4,608 x 2,592 resolution for these renders, while the 29.4-inch version would operate at 5,600 x 3,150 pixels. Both would offer a pixel density of 218 PPI, for reference.
Also are on the list are 10th generation Intel Core processors, up to 128 GB of DDR4-2933 RAM, up to a 4 TB SSD and AMD Navi GPUs. While there is no indication that these designs will come to fruition, the Behance post is worth having a read of anyway, not least because of the detail into which Kádár and Borgatai have gone with these renders.