Apple has stopped selling some of the key 21.5-inch iMac options.

Recently, we learned that Apple has officially stopped making the iMac Pro, which was released in 2017, and also removed it from its website. In the meantime, the 21.5-inch iMac will be the next model that Apple will do the same, as some of its options have been removed from Apple's website, with only a few options left. Only for buyers, and this can be a clue that the next-generation iMac is really close.

Apple recently removed the 512GB SSD storage option and 1TB of 21.5-inch iMac from its website, leaving only the 256GB SSD option and the 1TB Fusion Drive option. Apple last updated its 21.5-inch iMac in 2019, switching to Intel's 8th-generation CPU with a wider range of new storage options and upgrades. On the screen it better as well.

For this discontinuation, Apple may usually have two reasons, the first is because the product is no longer popular with buyers, and another important reason may be because they run out of stock at the same time. As the company prepares to release another version of that product.

According to previous reports, the new iMac 2021 will look very similar to Apple's Pro Display XDR monitor, with the front of it being able to use a flat screen with four equal edges. In addition, the bezel of the 2021 iMac could be flattened just like the iPad Pro.

Please note that this March, Apple has stopped selling many of its main products, including HomePod and iMac Pro, but the reason for stopping HomePod is not because they are ready to release new speaker models. In fact, it is reported that this is due to the lack of support from buyers, with most customers opting for the recently announced HomePod Mini.

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