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A "thinner" design for the new iMacs?

A "thinner" design for the new iMacs?

According to the Asian site WeiPhone, Apple could unveil its new “finer” iMacs during its keynote next week or at the latest in November. These new all-in-one computers should be offered at more expensive prices than current models.

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The aficionados Apple brand products are impatient with the renewal of the iMac line of computers. However if we crot the Asian site WeiPhone, Apple is about to lift the veil on the new version of the famous all-in-one computers.

It must be admitted that the Cupertino company has lost the habit of unveiling its new iMacs during its traditional keynote. However, the “significant” changes that could benefit these new iMacs – vintage 21012 – would make sense for them to be revealed at a press conference.

Indeed, according to the same source, the new iMac models should have their design modified. These could gain in finesse, considerably, explains the Asian site and to specify, “The thickness of the machine would be practically impossible to determine when seen from the side!”. Thus, the new design of the iMacs would be “closer to the drop of water than the square aspect as we know it today”. The screen of the new machine, for its part, should be glued to the glass pane, which would make it possible to gain even more finesse. All of these significant changes, however, would result in lower rates of return to production.

Still according to the same source, Apple should first launch a new version of the 21.5 ″ screen iMac model. The 27 ″ model would be reviewed some time later.

also note that these new iMacs would be offered with more expensive prices than current models.

It remains to be seen when Apple plans to present its new iMacs. If he chooses to do so during the keynote which should take place next week or rather next month.

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In the meantime, the Asian site has posted a photo showing the internal components of one of its new iMacs. According to Kyle Wiens diFixit, these components look very similar to what you already find in iMacs.

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