Apple would have already started working on the design of a new model of iMac. Expected next year, the latter would bet directly on an M3 chip also expected in 2023.
Entirely remodeled last year, the iMac would not see a new version before 2023. The device would then go directly to an M3 processor, completely leaving aside the M2 generation which should power several Mac models in 2022. in any case what we learn from Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter.
Often well informed when it comes to Apple, the Bloomberg journalist explains to us that the Californian giant has already started working on this new iMac, but also to develop the M3 processor which will obviously go with it. A piece of news that is not really so surprising: the design of the M2 chip, expected in the coming months, is almost certainly finished. At least that’s what we can assume from the first tests conducted by Apple for this processor on a whole line of Macs and MacBooks.
An iMac under M3 chip in 2023, and that sounds good!
The information, which had been unearthed by Mark Gurman, then confirmed by 9to5Mac thanks to different sources, concerns six Mac models in all: the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro (entry level), Mac mini, MacBook Pro 14-inch, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac Pro. It is therefore a whole host of Macs running M2 processors that are about to enter the market.
The notable absence from this list is none other than the iMac, which would therefore not be renewed before 2023… and for the moment, even Mark Gurman does not know much more about it. “I heard that the M2 chips aren’t the only ones being tested at Apple. And if you’ve been waiting for a new iMac, I’ve heard that an M3 version of this desktop computer is already in the works — although I imagine it won’t be launched until the end of next year at the most. early“, we read in his newsletter.
Interestingly, the journalist further explains that a new iMac Pro would still be in the cards, but not for now either. Remember that this model came out of Apple’s catalog last year… without yet having been replaced by a new version.
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