According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, Apple is getting ready to unveil a new 24-inch iMac as early as the second half of the year.
Gurman claims in his most recent Power On email that two new iMac models are “in a late stage of development,” with Apple having just started manufacturing tests. Gurman anticipates that the 2023 iMac won’t begin mass production for at least another three months, but the good news is that the updated machines will come with a few upgrades.
Most significantly, it is said that Apple’s upcoming M3 system-on-a-chip will be included in the 2023 iMac. The new chipset, according to Gurman, is anticipated to benefit from TSMC’s future 3nm technology, which is projected to result in considerable performance and power efficiency advantages.
The iMac’s internal parts, some of which have apparently been modified by Apple, could also undergo other revisions. According to Gurman, the business also intends to use a “new” manufacturing procedure to attach the iMac’s stand. Despite this, the all-in-one will still have a 24-inch screen and be available in the same cheery colour schemes as its 2021 predecessor.
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Gurman claims that in addition to a new iMac, the business is getting set to unveil the long-rumored 15-inch MacBook Air model, as well as an updated 13-inch model and the first Apple Silicon Mac Pro. He anticipates that those Macs will arrive between the end of the spring and this summer.
Whether the upcoming MacBook Airs will come with M3 CPUs is less certain. Since that Apple already sells an M2 version of the ultraportable, Gurman hypothesises that “at least” the 13-inch device could include the company’s most recent processor.
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