Reports claiming Apple’s (AAPL) newly redesigned iMacs are delayed until 2013 are said to be untrue, according to 9To5Mac. A French blog reported last week that the Cupertino-based company’s new all-in-one computers would not be ready for the holiday shopping season due to difficulties suppliers were facing with the iMac’s advanced welding process. 9To5Mac’s sources have said that Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac model will be available for purchase online and in retail stores by the end of the month, however, while the 27-inch model is still on track to launch in December. The website notes that there is a “high chance” the larger model will be available for purchase around the same time as the 21.5-inch model. Apple CEO Tim Cook previously revealed that the new iMacs are expected to be in short supply due to time constraints the company’s manufacturing partners have faced along with heavy demand from consumers.