Apr 042012

Although Apple has made no official announcement regarding the specifications of the new desktops, it has been widely reported in the last week or so that the popular desktop machines will run on Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, reportedly the Intel 22-nanometer Ivy Bridge.

The June or July release of an updated iMac line could follow promptly on the back of Apple introducing a new MacBook Pro range, with the 15-inch model getting the treatment first, followed by the small 13-inch model. Both are predicted to be powered by Intel’s new Ivy Bridge CPU range and could be available in the next few months.

Recent reports have suggested that the Cupertino company will implement anti-reflective glass displays into the 2012 iMacs, manufactured by G-Tech, which is something they have offered in the past on custom build to order options for MacBooks.

The company previously updated their iMacs almost twelve months ago, in May of 2011 when they introduced HD FaceTime cameras and Thunderbolt ports.

It will be exciting to see what unfolds in the coming weeks in terms of design and features.

[via Redmond Pie]

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