Flashy fan-made Apple iMac Pro 2021 renders accompany new claims about the potential future M-based workstation
A handful of renders and a brief clip of the supposed Apple iMac Pro 2021 have been shared by LeaksApplePro along with a few details about the powerful workstation. The fan-made images, created by Vova LD and allegedly based on an informed source and “some pictures”, show an iMac Pro that is a clear successor to the recently discontinued model but with some expected refinements. There are no white bezels on show here and no range of bright rainbow-inspired colors to select from. It’s all business for this iMac Pro 2021.
Comparing these flashy renders with the last official Apple iMac Pro reveals a smaller chin on the 2021 model, the removal of the Apple logo, and a stand that emulates the one found attached to the recently released 24-inch iMac. The conceptual iMac Pro 2021 is rendered in graphite/space gray color, and it has reasonably slender black bezels. On the rear there is sufficient space for four Thunderbolt ports and a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port. The tech tipster claims that Apple is also mulling over adding an SD card reader to this year's edition of the all-in-one desktop computer.
The iMac Pro starring in the images below will undoubtedly sport Apple Silicon ("new M-series processor" - possibly M1X) for a 2021 refresh, and it will reportedly measure 31.5 inches although apparently the size will be marketed as 32 inches. The source also comments on the incredible sound capabilities of this future Apple iMac Pro, which is quite believable considering the enhanced audio system found in the new regular iMacs. Lastly, there is a claim that the M-based iMac Pro will actually cost less than the discontinued Intel Xeon variant, which had a base model with a starting price tag of US$4,999.
I will now leave you with this beauty.— LeaksApplePro (@LeaksApplePro) May 23, 2021
Time to go to bed.
I’ll give you more specific details about it tomorrow.
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