Well known Apple information leaker Sonny Dickinson has struck again, giving 9to5mac a scoop about a new Apple iMac. According to Sonny, the new version of the iMac is set to launch at Apple’s annual WWDC event later this year.
According to reports, the bezels of the new iMac will be very narrow, similar to the border of the Apple Pro Display XDR . In addition, the new iMac will no longer use a converged hard drive, instead it will use an SSD, and will use the Apple T2 chip for the first time on an iMac.
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It was also pointed out that the new iMac will use AMD’s Navi graphics card, which was apparently an inevitable choice. In terms of configuration, it is expected that the new iMac will be equipped with Intel’s 10th generation processors. This will bring even the basic i3 iMacs to a pretty high level of performance.