Apple discontinues Intel 21” iMac, prepares for Pro/Max variant in 2022

Yordan, 01 November 2021

Apple quietly removed the Intel-powered 21” iMac from its stores in the weekend and later confirmed the deliberate act. With the discontinuation of the $1,099 desktop, there are only two left on the store - the 24” variant, powered by the M1 chip, and the Intel-based 27” option.

Rumors are suggesting a new small Mac is on its way, and it will arrive in the first half of 2022 with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

According to rumors, the new desktop will be called iMac (Pro) and will have miniLED with ProMotion, which is Apple’s marketing term for 120Hz displays. We already saw the combination in the M1 Macbook Pro, and it is logical for the tech to make its way to the iMac lineup. The base model will have 16GB RAM and 512GB storage.

Тhe design of the new 21” iMac will be similar to the current 24” device, will have HDMI and SD card ports, as well as USB-C. There will also be room for ethernet cable, and while Face ID is being tested, it is not yet “confirmed” by the leakster. This whole ensemble will cost over $2,000, so you better start saving right now.



Reader comments

  • Mohsin Khan
  • 06 Jan 2022
  • 6Qb

Lol... that is absolutely incorrect. Software developers and software companies rely heavily on Macs specially for mobile development as it supports both iOS and Android build systems. Infact Android's gradle builds are much faster on Macs than ...

Thank you; I couldn't have said it any better :)

  • Anonymous
  • 03 Nov 2021
  • txE

What are you even talking about, dude?

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