After almost two years, Apple is apparently planning to introduce a new all-in-one iMac desktop Computer with a 24-inch display in April. The next iMac is anticipated to have the same design as the device in 2021 but a more powerful SoC from Apple’s M2 family. They (purportedly coded J433 and J434) will reportedly have several internal components moved and modified, according to Apple analyst and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The iMac’s stand will also be produced using a new method, according to the firm. The release of Apple’s new all-in-one Computer has not been officially announced.
iMac Is The New Hype
The M1 microprocessor and an ultra-thin casing available in seven hues, including green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, and blue, were the last changes made by Apple to the iMac in April 2021.
As the 27-inch Intel-based iMac and the Pro were both discontinued over the last two years, there is presently only one version available from Apple. Gurman previously asserted that a larger version would be released again, but he provided no fresh information regarding that possibility today.
Gurman predicts that the next iMac will debut at the latest in the second part of 2023. The message mentions the introduction of “three new Macs” in addition to it during the next three months. According to rumors, Apple will introduce a 13-inch MacBook Air and its first MacBook Air with a 15-inch display (codenamed J515). The MacBook Air line currently offers computers with screens as large as 14 inches. Apple had previously released an 11-inch model as well, although it has been a while since the last update. Moreover, Apple could think about using M3 SoC in the MacBook Air 2023.
A Mac Pro with Apple M-series SoCs will be released with the MacBook Air computers. Indeed, this Computer was created with professional makers in mind.