We’ve seen multiple concepts of a new iMac as rumors have suggested that Apple is expected to introduce a redesigned model of its all-in-one computer this year. While reports indicate that the new iMac will have a similar design to the Pro Display XDR and will also be available in more colors, this new concept from ConceptsiPhone and Khahn Design shows just that.
Rather than having a curved body like the current generation, the iMac shown in the concept is completely flat, as is the Pro Display XDR. However, the body is much thinner than Apple’s expensive external display and it also has rounded corners, becoming more like the fourth-generation iPad Pro and iPad Air.
It may have been difficult to imagine a desktop as thin as an iPad a few years ago, but now, that becomes more plausible with Apple Silicon chips, which are more efficient and don’t require large fans. The idea of the concept is basically to have a giant iPad Pro connected to a simpler version of Apple’s Pro Stand.
The first-generation iMac came in five different colors, and recent rumors point to more colors coming to the new iMac, which is currently only available in silver. The iMac in the concept has five different colors, most of them based on the current iPad Air lineup: blue, rose gold, black, red, and green.
You can see more details of this concept in the video below:
Although Apple will hold a special event on Tuesday, it is unclear whether the redesigned iMac will arrive now or later this year. That said, the concept only reinforces that the iMac needs a new, more modern look.
See more concept images on the Khahn Design website.
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