The launch of Apple’s iMac Pro With Mini-LED Display has been delayed. The iMac Pro was expected to launch in spring, but a credible display analyst has claimed that those awaiting the latest Apple iMac should keep Summer in mind as the timeframe for the launch.
Various credible sources including Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reported the launch to be expected in spring. But now, Ross Young, an Analyst working for Display and Supply Chain Consultants, has stated that the iMac Pro launch might happen in summer. Ross Young is considered as a very credible leakster, especially when it comes to Apple products. The reports are claimed to be based on information provided by supply chain sources.
Ross Young revealed all of this in a tweet, where he also mentioned that the mini-LED display will supposedly house fewer zones in comparison with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the new MacBook Pro models.
Gurman recently shared what is expected from Apple when talking about new releases. He hopes that at least one Mac release is expected in near future. If the iMac Pro launch is actually planned for summer, Apple users might expect a Mac mini launch with upgraded internals in the spring season.
It is to be noted that all of these news are mere rumors and nothing has been confirmed by Apple itself.
As we reported in today's DSCC Weekly, we no longer expect the Apple iMac Pro to launch in the spring. Looks more like summer. Still with a MiniLED backlight, but fewer MiniLEDs/zones than in iPad/MacBook Pro's.
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) January 31, 2022