Apple may launch its redesigned iMac in March

We ushered in three portable Macs with Apple processors last year. A cryptic Twitter post now reveals that in just a few months, Apple will be unveiling a new iMac. A cryptic tweet just listed the number “3” by the well-known leaker L0vetodream, and there was also a brief video demonstrating how the iMac developed into a “all-in-one” device.

This number shows the opportunity for Apple to launch a new computer in March this year.

A previous article stated that in the first quarter of 2021, Apple would announce the new iMac, but did not specify a precise release date.

This would be the first desktop computer to switch to an Apple ARM processor from an Intel processor. We look forward to having better efficiency with the current iMac from the 5nm M1 performance of the business.

There are some contradictory sources at present, but they all reference the same 5nm production process. The desktop A14T processor was listed in the first article, and the latest M2 processor on the new iMac was mentioned in the second report. Unfortunately, no specifications such as performance, quality, and number of cores exposed are currently available.

However, we expect Apple to add more cores into its upcoming processors, given that desktops can be more powerful than laptops.