The iMac Pro 2022 with a new mini LED display and Apple Silicon chip will be available in the summer of 2022, rather than the spring, according to Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants.
He doesn’t think the new iMac Pro 2022 will be released this spring, according to him. Young stated in a follow-up tweet that Apple will get the consoles in June. The iMac Pro, on the other hand, will not be available until August.
The gadget will continue to employ the mini LED lighting technology, according to Young. It can, however, utilize less backlighting than Apple’s other devices, such as the iPad Pro and MacBook Pro.
According to prior speculations, Apple’s 27-inch iMac would be replaced with the new iMac Pro. It will be a larger, more powerful competitor to the existing M1-powered 24-inch iMac.
A rumor from @dylandkt earlier in January stated that the next iMac Pro might have a 12-core CPU arrangement. I/O features an SD card slot and an HDMI connection, and it has the same design as the current 24-inch iMac. The new iMac Pro will be available for $2000.
The first iMac Pro was unveiled at WWDC, although it will not be available until later this year.