“The iMac will be revved with faster Kaby processors and get updated graphics,” Sellers writes. “For the latter, I expect the AMD’s Zen processor in most models, and and AMD Polaris Graphics set in a high-end model. The new iMacs will also implement a True Tone display.”
“What of the Mac Pro and Mac mini? I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Apple abandoned both products and promoted an “iMac Pro” as the desktop for creative professionals and a low-end iMac ($999 or less) as its entry-level desktop,” Sellers writes. “However, I’m going to be optimistic and predict that both models will be upgraded with new specs, but in the same design.”
Many more predictions in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We’d love to see Apple double-down on the Mac in 2017, but, after 2016, we’ll take just about any love we can get (to take nothing away from this year’s welcome MacBook upgrades, Siri-fied macOS Sierra, and the groundbreaking new MacBook Pro.)