This is likely an early part of Apple’s rumored Kalamata Initiative – which will see Apple replacing Intel processors with its own by 2020.
You should also keep in mind that the 20th anniversary of the i Mac is next month.
However, that didn’t happen this year – we didn’t see any hardware at WWDC 2018.
So, hopefully we’ll see more information from Apple in September.
Rumors of an i Mac redesign have been swirling since a post on Reddit, apparently by a ‘Foxconn Insider’ who worked for the company that builds the devices for Apple, claimed there would be an update to the i Mac and its peripherals.
Color-wise, the aluminum design of the i Mac has been a staple since 2007, so we wouldn’t mind seeing another color option with the i Mac 2018 – perhaps a Space Gray version, like the i Mac Pro?
We could see the i Mac 2018 coming out sooner, however – if Apple is planning to do something special to mark the 20th anniversary of the i Mac, then a release date in August could be possible – as it will be exactly 20 years since the launch of the original.
Again, there’s not much to go on right now concerning what the price of a 2018 i Mac might be.
Read on for our suggestions that would make the i Mac 2018 the best i Mac ever.
And, knowing Apple, we’re sure that it’s going to want to celebrate in some kind of commercially available way – so keep an eye out for some kind of special anniversary i Mac.
It shouldn’t come as a shock that Apple is keeping its mouth shut about the i Mac 2018.
And, while we didn’t see any new hardware at WWDC 2018, we can still speculate about the i Mac 2018.
For one, we’ve seen plenty of speculation that suggests three of the Macs Apple will release in 2018 will offload some tasks to a co-processor, rather than trusting every feature to Intel.