According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple plans to add Face ID support to the iMac, but it probably won’t happen in time for this year’s update.
The focus in the new iMacs for 2021 is said to be on a new design with a flat back and support for Apple’s M-series of processors (most likely a new M1X or M2). In addition, the screen size of the smallest model may be increased from 21.5in to 23in or 24in.
In other words, support for Face ID will only come in next year’s iMac models, and may appear alongside a built-in 5G connection.
Of course, Face ID support may appear in other Mac launches this year, but that is far from certain. For all the latest rumours, read When will Face ID come to the Mac?
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This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.