The current iMac looks to quite a few viewers like a “children’s toy” – everything is pretty colorful and then only with a relatively small display to me. This could change this year, provided Apple takes an example from the following draft.
If you like colors, you should love the current iMac model with a 24-inch display. However, if you like it more discreet, maybe even more dark and would like a larger display, you will still get nothing.
iMac 2022: Pro model with 27-inch display as a realistic design
Chances are the call for a bigger model will be heard soon. The Long-awaited variant with a 27-inch display to get presented. If one believes the rumors, an Apple M1 Pro or optionally an M1 Max is already working in the “iMac XL”. This suggests that Apple could consequently reposition such an all-in-one as the “iMac Pro”.
If so, the bright colors are rather out of place. But how could or rather should such a “grown-up” iMac 2022 ultimately look like? Ian Zelbo aka “@RendersbyIan” gives us the answer to this question. The young and talented concept artist gives the world a gift really worth seeing design. An iMac with a 27-inch display in an elegant aluminum dress (Those: Ian Zelbo).
To be honest: This is exactly what the new Apple computer has to look like. Even if concepts are mostly based on wild fantasies, this one looks like it came straight from the Apple Store. The controversial white edges of the screen are finally disappearing. We suspect Ian Zelbo is pretty close to the real device, because it won’t look much different, that’s our assessment.
The small model from 2021 is more for color lovers:
Apple’s price question still open
We’re more skeptical about the price. The $ 2,299 he speculated can only be kept if there was to be a standard model with Apple’s M1 apart from the iMac Pro. A potential iMac Pro with the more expensive chips and possibly even a mini LED screen, on the other hand, should cost significantly more. A look at Apple’s pricing for the MacBook Pro introduced last year is enough.
But let’s forget the price and look forward to the skilful design, which will hopefully not differ too much from the real Apple computer. Fingers crossed.