Update: Apple has pulled the listing.
Some eagle-eyed commenters noted that the Support document about Thunderbolt Displays included an interesting addition. Apple says that iMac (Mid 2011 and Late 2011) can both support two Thunderbolt displays.
There’s only one problem:
Apple hasn’t released a Late 2011 iMac…yet.
Apple released an EDU-only iMac in August which is sometimes called “Late 2011 iMac” but that device has no Thunderbolt so that wouldn’t make sense. Apple last updated the iMacs in May to Sandy Bridge processors.
Rumors of a late 2011 MacBook Pro refresh perhaps could also point to an iMac refresh as well.
Here is Apple’s current support doc on how to identify iMacs:
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