After sticking with roughly the same design for 16 years or so, Apple’s rumored iMac revamp has got designers (and us) very excited.

Yanko Design has shown us what they think the new single-piece curved glass Apple desktop will look like, and we hope that Apple’s taking notice as this really looks quite special.

(Image credit: Yanko Design)

The screen is a 24-inch Retina display, and also contains a Face ID camera (like the iPad Pro) for a secure login. Below that, there’s the keyboard, flanked by a pair of trackpads, meaning you can use the mouse and other gestures with either hand.

Meanwhile on the back, the display/keyboard unit is held up by a small cuboid stand. It sports the “cheesegrater” design that we first saw on the Mac Pro, allowing more components to be squeezed inside the body of the desktop.

(Image credit: Yanko Design)

(Image credit: Yanko Design)

We’ve previously seen a take on the new iMac shape by Concept Creator and LetsGoDigital, which uses a flatter rear stand and also considers the possibility that the keyboard could be removed from the display for greater flexibility.



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