The 2020 iMac Rumored to Undergo a Redesign – Slimmer bezels, Upgraded Navi GPU, No Fusion Drive

When Apple had released the iMac, its sleek and unique design had appealed to people across the globe. But with the changing times, and to stay ahead in the competition, the lineup needed a revamp.

And a revamp is what it might get.

A leading tipster has found that Apple is gearing up to fully redesign the 2020 iMac at this year’s WWDC. You can expect slimmer bezels – much slimmer than what the current-gen iMac looks like, along with a wide array of upgraded features to make it snappier.

High-Performing AMD Navi GPU With the Fusion Drive Option Absent

A leaked schematic of the new iMac is reportedly found in iOS 14, which has brought focus on the specifications you can expect in the new computer.

iFinder published a tweet that provided a detailed render of what the tipster thinks the 2020 iMac will look like along with the schematic.

Based on this, we found the 2020 iMac to look quite similar to the Pro Display XDR at first glance. Although there isn’t any additional information regarding the change in design, there are talks of Apple incorporating a powerful internal processor.

Plus, there is no mention of Apple featuring the new AMD‘s Ryzen processors, so Intel might be the chosen processor for the time being. You‘ll get upgraded Navi GPU options, and a T2 security chip as well.

Additionally, the company has removed the slow Fusion Drive. Instead, there are high chances for Apple to add the snappy PCIe NVMe SSDs, which is much faster.

Official Announcement Scheduled for June 22

As mentioned before, the above information is based on a leaked schematic. We’ll have to wait for June 22, the day for the online WWDC 2020 Keynote, for an official announcement to learn whether or not the 2020 iMac will transition from Intel chips to its own and more.

Phil Schiller, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, says, “WWDC20 will be our biggest yet, bringing together our global developer community of more than 23 million in an unprecedented way for a week in June to learn about the future of Apple platforms. We can’t wait to meet online in June with the global developer community and share with them all of the new tools we’ve been working on to help them create even more incredible apps and services.”

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