Earlier this year, Apple officially launched its first M1 iMac. This came in the form of a new 24-inch model sporting a completely different design from the iMacs of the past, but it also left many wondering about the larger 27-inch iMac.

Now according to a tweet by leakster @dylandkt, they are claiming that Apple is expected to refresh the iMac with yet another model in the first half of 2022, but this time round it will come with the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets. The tweet claims that the base model will already feature 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, and will feature a similar design to the 2021 iMac refresh except with dark bezels.

The tweet also claims that we can expect features like ProMotion and the use of mini LED, a HDMI port, SD card support, USB-C, and apparently Face ID was tested for the iMac but it is unclear if it will make the final cut.

What’s interesting about this tweet is that there is no mention of the display size. We can only assume that this is going to be for the 27-inch model, but the tweet is also calling it the iMac Pro which has already been discontinued. Either way, we suppose it’s really only a matter of time before we see the 27-inch model get refreshed, but until we hear it officially, take it with a grain of salt.

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