The current iMac is basically bezel-less its almost unnoticeable unless you go looking for it.
And the incredible design is lusted over which is why it still appears in so many TV's and movies.
The current iMac has a fairly thick black border. That black border is called a 'bezel'. The last time I measured the bezel on a current iMac it was around 2.7 centimeters (more than an inch) thick. And that excludes the 'chin'. Calling that 'basically bezel-less' is a figment of your imagination. Even when I don't look for it the bezel can't be unseen.
There is also a phenomenon called 'product placement'. It is a form of advertisement. That's the reason why Apple products appear in TV series and movies. It has more to do with paying enough than with an 'incredible lusted over design'
. How did you even devise such a term? It associates more with a description of a sex toy in a sleazy porn add than a computer designed by Apple.
If you watch closely there are TV-series and movies with Microsoft Surface products too. That is also because Microsoft pays them. The same as Apple does. The same goes for car brands, kitchen appliances, Subway sandwiches, McDonalds hamburgers, Philips Hue lights, Ikea furniture etc. Believe me that's not for their 'incredible lusted over design'
but it has simply to do with cold hard cash (preferably lots of it).
But seriously, are you really believing what you post, even if it is verifiably and objectively incorrect?