This rumor will most likely make several iMac users happy and could even make several customers considering again the iMac as a serious workstation for photo editing. According to Digitimes, the future iMac models, expected to be released in May, might be available with the glossy display, we know from the Alu design, or with an anti-reflective display (as a BTO?).
This would be a "step back" for Apple after the company removed anti-reflective display from all iMac when the Alu design was introduced. It could also be driven by the historical issues faced by many users with the glossy display. Such option would also potentially indicate some changes in the design of the iMac, as the glass in front of the panel will not be absent for the anti-reflective display option.