The new iMacs are reportedly still on track for release this year, despite reports of delays.
Last week, French site MacBidouille reported that Apple’s updated iMacs would be delayed because of a manufacturing issue.
Now, 9to5Mac denies the report, stating that the 21.5-inch models are still on track for November and the 27-inch models are scheduled to arrive in December.
The site writes that there is a “high chance” the larger model will be up for pre-order around the same time the 21.5” models are available.
Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned during the company’s last earnings call that there would be a “significant shortage” of the new iMac and said he expected “demand to be robust.”