Apple could unveil a third-generation iPhone SE with 5G networking, along with an Apple silicon update to the Intel-based 27-inch iMac, via a virtual Spring event in March or April.
This year's Consumer Electronics Show is happening, but this year's show is pretty much as quiet as last year's. Thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Still, there are new accessories and products being announced this week, and some of them are directly related to Apple's own devices.
2021 might not have been the busiest of years for Apple. All things considered, though, the company launched a healthy enough amount of new devices out into the wild. And, since the year is finally over and done with, let's take a look back, shall we?
A new industry rumor makes claims that Apple's upcoming update to its 27-inch iMac desktop won't include mini-LED display backlighting as previously speculated.
Apple's Intel-based 27-inch iMac could soon be supplanted by an Apple silicon-powered model featuring a bright display with mini LED backlighting and other perks.
In 2021, Apple launched a brand new, redesigned iMac with a 24-inch display. The company added the M1 processor under the hood, along with a few other key changes, to help spice up its desktop lineup. To help with that, the new computer also comes in a wide range of colors. But now a new rumor aims to shed some light on Apple's pro aspirations for the desktop lineup.
A leaker with an established track record claims that an Apple silicon edition of the iMac Pro all-in-one desktop is in the works, with claimed new features such as Apple's latest M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, a mini-LED display featuring dark bezels, the possibility of Face ID, some of the legacy ports found on the redesigned MacBook Pro and other tidbits.
Apple is predicted to release a new 27-inch iMac model featuring a backlighting module based on mini-LED technology and dynamic refresh rates up to 120Hz, among other things.
Apple today confirmed an official release date for the highly anticipated macOS Monterey update. In the press release for its new MacBook Pros, the company noted that macOS Monterey will be available to the public on October 25.
One developer's decided to pay a creative tribute to Steve Jobs on the tenth anniversary of his passing by turning a vintage iMac G4 all-in-one desktop into a modern Apple silicon system.
Earlier this year, Apple welcomed a redesigned, much more colorful iMac to the lineup. With its 24-inch display, an the M1 processor under the hood, it certainly stands out as a great new desktop option. However, availability is still not great, and some color options aren't available in Apple's physical retail stores at all.
Not too long ago, I asked how your desk has changed since the start of all this work-from-home fervor started. With so many day-to-day routines changing, it only made sense that some folks' workstations --whether temporary or permanent-- had changed over the last year or so.