As expected for quite some time now, Apple’s iMac lineup could be expanded as soon as next week. One of the first indications that we should expect a new 21.5-inch 4K iMac model was found inside El Capitan’s code that referred to an unknown iMac model with a 4,096-by-2,304 pixel density.
Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac was last refreshed in June of last year, with the introduction of a low-end model that featured 1.4Ghz processor, priced at $1,099. It is expected that we’ll see a new 21.5-inch 4K iMac with Retina display that will feature the same external design as the current, non-Retina model. In addition, the new model should have the same pixel density as Apple’s 27-inch iMac with 5K Retina display, which was unveiled last October.
In addition, some Apple-related news websites revealed the company’s plans to introduce revamped accessories. Filings with the Federal Communications Commission revealed that Apple has a plan for a new Magic Mouse and wireless keyboard in the works, both of which will include integrated rechargeable batteries and support for Bluetooth LE (Low Energy).