Apple Leaker Jon Prosser Says iMac Release to Come in August

Recent rumours have been abuzz, noting that Apple may soon release a new iMac. Credible leakers have pinned the release as imminent. However, leaker Jon Prosser has said that he believes Apple’s new iMac will come in August.

During this past week, numerous claims that Apple is set to release an Intel-based iMac have surfaced. Many of the claims believe that the release was “imminent”. That being said, leaker Jon Prosser posted a tweet debunking those claims, according to MacRumors.

On Twitter, Prosser responded to a report claiming the new iMac would be released as soon as next week. The report also signalled that it would be a redesigned iMac. Prosser initially wrote a blunt response of “Nope”. He quickly followed that up in another tweet saying: “If you want the new iMac, keep an eye out for August. No redesign.”

Prosser went on to claim that the new iMac would remain Intel-based. A Twitter user responded to his tweet asking if it would be Intel-based or if it would be Apple’s first ARM-based product. Prosser responded by saying that will likely be the 13.3″ MacBook Pro that integrates Apple’s ARM-based chipset.

To corroborate Prosser’s claim, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said in the past that Apple would be releasing an ARM-based 13″ MacBook  Pro by the end of 2020. Kuo also claimed that Apple would release an iMac with a redesign. However, this may be a separate product than the one Prosser believes will release in August.

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