For some while, we’ve been giving attention to that the upcoming 27-inch iMac Pro will launch with a mini-LED display, and a new report adds even more evidence that our hopes will be fulfilled. Apple suppliers seem to be shipping these limited number of mini-LED iMacs out to larger manufacturers for assembly, according to a pay-walled report.

This report aligns with display analyst Ross Young’s predictions, which say that Apple's newest all-in-one desktop will launch sometime in the first half of 2022. Naturally, Apple hasn’t confirmed any rumours about the new mini-LED displays, so we won’t know for sure until there is an actual announcement from the company.

Based on some rumoured reports it was known that Apple's upcoming 27-inch iMac will feature a mini-LED display. However, it is now being reported from some sources that the machine will feature an LCD panel which Apple currently uses. However, Ross Young remains adamant on the fact that the upcoming iMac will feature a mini-LED panel instead of an LCD.  Ross Young is determined that the upcoming iMac will feature a mini-LED display. The new report also claims that the LCD for the iMac will be improved over current-generation models. This report suggests that "LED chips used in its display are up 30-40% from the previous models, giving it a higher brightness."

Rumoured specifications so far that the 27-inch iMac Pro will come with a 120Hz Promotion mini-LED display. The refresh rate will switch between a range of 24Hz and 120Hz for efficiency and a more fluid user experience. It will also most likely be equipped with the newly released M1 Pro and Max chips for an extra boost of power, as well as getting the 27-inch iMac Pro onto the company's silicon. The base specs for the 27-inch iMac Pro are expected to feature 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD and should start at about $2,000 (around £1,460, AU$2,660). Design-wise, the new 27-inch iMac Pro is expected to look like the current model, rather than its more colourful 24-inch sibling. It will also feature an HDMI port, plus an SD card and USB-C connectors, along with dark bezels instead of the white bezels found on the 24-inch version.

It was gathered from different sources that Apple will increase the display size of the upcoming iMac beyond 27-inches. However, the following reports negated the notion and we are currently expecting a 27-inch model with a brand new form factor. In addition to the report, it also states that the 27-inch iMac will be available on several colour options like the 24-inch iMac. As for release, reports have suggested that Apple will see fit to upgrade the machine in the Spring of 2022.