From all of the developments in technology and rumors in the Apple-sphere, it seems to me like the iMac that comes out later this year could potentially be by-far the greatest all-in-one they've ever made. Here's a list of my best-case-scenario predictions: Intel Skylake chips Nvidia GeForce 980MX (if they decide not to stick with AMD) 10TB SSD for the same price as the current 1TB SSD or 1TB SSD for 1/10th the price (new V-NAND tech) Combined USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports - giving a total of six ports and possibility of connecting 12 external 4K displays at 60hz (if the 980 can handle it) thinner! (I think we can all do without this one, but it is starting to approach that time ) Cheaper? (Apple raised the price of the 5K iMac about $500 dollars over the non-retina but they recently dropped the price by $200. So possibly a future $300 price drop? Probably not, but we can hope.) Force-touch Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse, maybe with built-in Touch ID. New backlit keyboards 8K display (I'm 100% sure that this was nothing but a typo on LG's part. But still worth mentioning) So what do you think the odds are of the late-2015 or perhaps early-2016 iMac coming with all or some of these features? I'm crossing my fingers for at least the Nvidia cards, if nothing else. I bought my current refurbished 2012 iMac in 2013, betting that within two years a retina model would come out. I was right, but as expected it is quite underpowered for all those pixels, especially for gaming. That's why Apple needs to switch back to Nvidia, especially if they integrate Thunderbolt 3 for driving external 4K displays at 60hz.