Analyst: Apple to release 27-inch iMac with 120Hz mini LED screen in early 2022

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Apple may be planning to release a new iMac with a 27-inch screen in early 2022, according to the usually well-informed DSCC analyst Ross Young. This iMac model would have a mini-LED screen with a variable refresh rate up to 120Hz.

According to Ross Young from analyst firm Display Supply Chain Consultants, Apple would release the 27″ PhD computer in the first quarter of 2022. This iMac would support ProMotion and thus get an adaptive refresh rate of 24 to 120Hz. The current iMac, which Apple released earlier this year, has a 24″ IPS screen without ProMotion or mini LED backlight.

Young previously wrote that Apple would introduce an external 27″ monitor with mini-LED panel and 120Hz refresh rate, but now clarifies that this panel will be used in a new iMac. The company may come with an external monitor later, as discussed earlier. rumors for years.

Young often shares correct information about unannounced Apple products and earlier this month correctly reported that the new MacBook Pros would get a 120Hz mini LED screen. young predicted last year already that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max would get a 120Hz screen. In July reported Young also correct that the new iPad Mini would have an 8.3″ display with smaller screen bezels and would not have a home button.

To illustrate: the iMac 24″ 2021, which has a 60Hz LCD

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