This could be the roadmap for the Mac and its full transition to Apple Silicon

Image source: Apple
Image source: Apple
A new report by Bloomberg details Apple's roadmap for the Mac and its full transition to Apple Silicon. 
According to Mark Gurman, Apple will "barely hit its two-year timeline" for powering the entire Mac lineup with Apple Silicon. Gurman claims Apple is still on track to launch the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros with "M1X" chipsets in the "coming months". Apple may also launch a higher-powered Mac mini by the end of the year.
For 2022, Gurman expects the entire iMac lineup to be equipped with Apple Silicon. Currently, only the 24-inch IMac is running on the M1 chipset. Apple is said to have plans for a "revamped, smaller Mac Pro with Apple Silicon" for next year.
The upcoming MacBook Air is rumoured to come in iMac-style colour options. Tipster @dylandkt believes the new MacBook Air could be announced in the first half of 2022. Upgraded 1080p webcams are expected to debut on the new MacBook Pros.
Source: 9to5Mac