Apple is apparently gearing up to release a 21.5-inch display clad Apple iMac bundled with a killer 4K screen resolution as early as next week.

Speaking of 21.5-inch Apple iMac release date, the device will reportedly be unveiled on Tuesday, Oct. 13, according to a new report from 9To5Mac, citing a credible source. The upcoming iMac will apparently feature 4K display, guaranteeing impressive viewing experience. This device will likely hit the store shelves on the same day of announcement. However, large quantities of the iMac will reportedly be made available in November.

As far as the key Apple iMac specifications and features go, the machine will look like a replica of the current-generation non-4K iMac from the exterior. However, as mentioned earlier, the screen will be elevated with the help of 4,096 x 2,304 pixels resolution, in addition to featuring faster graphics cards. In addition, the iMac will reportedly come loaded with OS X El Capitan, out of the box.

When it comes to the price of the upcoming iMac, 9To5Mac said that similar to the 5K display clad iMac released in 2014, the new 4K variant will also be priced "marginally" higher than the non-4K models. However, readers should note that Apple has not confirmed 21.5-inch Apple iMac specifications thus far.

Apart from the iMacs, Apple is apparently gearing up to release a new Magic Mouse 2 with Force Touch integration, along with a brand new Bluetooth Keyboard with improved battery life. However, at this point, there is no confirmation available to ascertain whether the aforementioned accessories will also be launched alongside the much-awaited iMac.