According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple has no plans to release a new 24-inch iMac until at the earliest, late 2023. This is the earliest release date. In today’s edition of his newsletter, he reaffirmed his belief that Apple will not update the iMac with the M2 processor but will, instead, hold off on releasing a model until it includes the M3 chip, which has not yet been disclosed to the public.
Gurman wrote: “I haven’t seen anything to indicate there will be a new iMac until the M3 chip generation, which won’t arrive until the tail end of this year at the earliest or next year.” This prediction is based on the fact that the M3 chip generation won’t arrive until the end of this year at the earliest. “Therefore, if you want to continue using the iMac, you’ll just have to be patient.”
It is anticipated that Apple’s M3 chip will be made using TSMC’s most recent 3nm technology, which will provide substantial gains in terms of both performance and power efficiency.
The M3 processor is speculated to be utilised in a new MacBook Air, which is slated to debut in the latter half of 2023, as well as in probable future iterations of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and the Mac mini. The M2 chip, on the other hand, is manufactured using TSMC’s second-generation 5nm technology.
Apple released the M1 CPU and a new ultra-thin design for the iMac in April 2021. The iMac was available in seven colours, including green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver. The upgrade was the iMac’s last major revision.
Because the Intel-based 27-inch iMac and the iMac Pro were both discontinued during the previous two years, it is presently the only iMac that can be purchased brand new. Gurman has stated in the past that a larger iMac may make a comeback, but he did not provide any fresh information regarding the chances of this happening today.
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