Good news folks. I am told, by a little bird, that the next iMac (to be released in late October) will be available with (up to) Intel E3-1285 v6 processor with 16 GB (upgradable to 32 or 64 GB) ECC memory. Faster NVMe SSD’s possibly up to 2 TB and AMD graphics to support VR and Pro apps. Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C gen 2 with… tada… a brand new keyboard.
Apple is also working on a 8K display for the next generation of Mac Pro’s, which by the way will be much more like a PC with the next generation EFI BIOS.
p.s. The next version of macOS won’t use a mountain/park name anymore. Two names in the running. One starts with a Mmmm.
Aha. The next Mac mini won’t be so mini anymore. Well. The top model that is.
@Craig: Don’t forget the joke at WWDC 🙂
P.s. I’ll be there as well so ping me to meet me there 🙂
Note: my little bird is usually pretty accurate, but some of it should be handled with care/scepticism until new Apple hardware arrives!