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A larger High-End iMac may be released next year

As Dylandkt claimed in Twitter, its “high-end iMac” Apple It is not expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2021 alongside the M1X Macs, as Apple simply does not want its devices to compete for attention and there will be delays in product releases.

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Dylandkt previously claimed that an Apple "M1X" processor is intended for state-of-the-art Mac "Pro", which could be included in the upcoming models MacBook Pro and a larger, more powerful modeliMac‌. Apple is expected to release 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models sometime between September and November. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman said he also expects the larger redesigned high-end iMac i to feature an M1X or M2X chip, but Gurman has stopped giving details on the release date.

Apple is known to be developing a larger version of the MiMac‌, but has stopped work on a larger version to release the 24-inch ‌iMac μοντέλο earlier this year. If the larger version of the ‌iMac‌ uses an M1X or M2X chip, it will be a more powerful version of the M1 chip found in the 24-inch MiMac‌. The remaining 27-inch Intel models in Apple's lineup began in August 2020, indicating that they are nearing the end of their production cycle.

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A new larger ‌iMac‌‌ will likely have several changes, which started with the latest 24-inch model, such as a slimmer overall design, studio-quality microphones, and of course Apple's more powerful processors that replace those of Intel.

Dylandkt has correctly predicted details about a number of recent Apple products. As early as November 2020, Leaker claimed that the next-generation iPad Pro would feature a ‌M1‌ chip, five months before the device's launch. Prior to the release of the 24-inch MiMac‌‌ earlier this year, Dylandkt also correctly predicted that the new, redesigned MiMac‌‌ would replace the smaller entry-level Mac-only and feature an ‌‌M1‌‌ chip rather than an M1X.

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In other recent tweets, Dylandkt claimed that new MacBook Air models powered by a previous "M2" chip will be released in the first half of 2022 and that Apple's LiDAR camera capability will only appear in "Pro" variants on upcoming iPhone 13 models. .

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