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Rebranded iMac Pro and new AirPods Pro expected in 2022 | Report

31 January 2022 1

With the first month of 2022 about to be over, we are closer to the Apple Spring event where it will first new products for the year. There have been multiple reports talking about what we will get to see from the Cupertino tech giant. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg reported that the company will release the widest array of new hardware products this year. He has now shared some new findings in the latest edition of his weekly newsletter Power On.

Gurman says Apple will launch a rebranded iMac this year with a larger display. This new model is said to be 27-inches and launched as the iMac Pro. This is bigger than the currently available 24-inch iMac model. However, the product design is claimed to stay unchanged. It is further expected to have the same M1 Pro and M1 Max processors as the newest MacBook Pro.

The new offering will replace the current-gen 27-inch iMac powered by Intel chipsets. There is also speculation that we may see the new iMac with a 120Hz ProMotion display panel. It is hard to say what are the probabilities of this becoming the reality but we will have to wait for the time being.

The report further reveals that Apple has a big upgrade planned for AirPods Pro as well. It will be the second-gen offering and is speculated to arrive without the stems. It is said that the company has explored different design options and is unknown which of them has been finalized.


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