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Apple silicon iMac coming in 2021

The Nonstop journey of apple has made unbeatable value in people's minds

The latest news from The China Times suggests that the first Apple silicon-based iMac model could arrive in early 2021. With a redesigned chassis and 24-inch Retina display, Apple’s 64-bit Arm-based architecture will also ditch support for AMD graphics in favor of Apple CPUs.

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Apple silicon iMac coming in 2021

The Nonstop journey of apple has made unbeatable value in people’s minds. That’s why Apple is one of the most favorite brands in 2020. The Dream of Stave Jobs is maybe completed, but now the matter has gone beyond its dream because apple silicon iMac is coming in 2021.

The latest news from China

The latest news from The China Times suggests that the first Apple silicon-based iMac model could arrive in early 2021. Apple doesn’t change the shape of its device quickly, which is why people consider every new Apple device as their friend so that they don’t suddenly feel like it’s not from the Apple family. But this time with a redesigned chassis and 24-inch Retina display, Apple’s 64-bit Arm-based architecture will also ditch support for AMD graphics in favor of Apple CPUs.

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According to The China Times, Apple is currently working on a graphics processor codenamed ‘Llfuka’, which Is destined to be used in future iMacs. Like Apple’s upcoming A14X processor, it will use TSMC’s 5nm (nanometre) process and “provide better performance-per-watt and higher computing performance. It has tile-based deferred rendering technology that allows application developers to write more powerful professional application software and game software.”

The current 21.5-inch iMac could be replaced by a 24-inch model

The current 21.5-inch iMac could be replaced by a 24-inch model with narrower bezels, Apple silicon, and Apple graphics inside next year. The China Times also reports that the first Apple silicon Mac to arrive this year will be a 12-inch MacBook. The new model, codenamed ‘Tonga’, will feature an A140 SoC (System on Chip) and could offer between 15 and 20 hours of battery life.

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