Intriguing 2021 iMac concept pushes Apple's all-in-one into the modern world with thinner bezels
3D Designers over at Svetapple created a set of detailed concept renders of Apple's upcoming 24-in and 32-in iMacs, based on accumulated design rumors. The renders indicate that the upcoming iMac lineup will feature significantly thinner bezels as well as round display corners, strongly evoking the design language used in the current generation of iPads.
According to Svetapple, both the smaller 24-in iMac and the larger 32-in iMac will feature ultra high-resolution monitors. The 24-in model will feature a 4K panel, in line with the current generation variant. The 32-in, on the other hand, will feature a significantly higher resolution panel. This is due to the much larger screen-size relative to the current-generation 27-in iMac model. The upgraded display would offer significantly more real estate without compromising on pixel density. The slimmer bezels could even mean that the 32-in iMac's footprint isn't that much bigger.
There's very little to go on, right now. However, apart from the rejigged design, these new iMacs will likely feature 5nm Apple ARM-based CPUs. We should know more in the months to come.