The Apple iMac with M3 is coming in 2023, and the iMac Pro Isn’t Going Anywhere!

The Apple iMac Pro was initially unveiled at Apple’s WWDC 2017 five years ago. Then, in December 2017, it went on sale. The iMac Pro was only here for a short time, and apple announced in March 2021 that the iMac Pro would be discontinued.

The iMac Pro, on the other hand, may not be obsolete. Apple Inc. is supposedly working on a new Apple iMac pro to resurrect the old brand. Apple is moving ahead with m3 chip development while we wait for M2-powered Macs to arrive.

In August 2018, Apple became the first publicly listed US Corporation valued at more than $1 trillion, followed by $2 trillion in August 2020 and $3 trillion in January 2022.

The company has been reprimanded for its contractors’ labor abuses, environmental procedures, and commercial ethics, including anti-aggressive tactics and substance sourcing. On the other hand, the agency has a high level of brand loyalty and is considered one of the most coveted manufacturers in the world.

Reports About the New Apple iMac

Apple is already developing an iMac m3, an all-in-one desktop scheduled to ship “by the end of 2023 at the earliest,” according to Bloomberg’s Mark German, who has a long track record of revealing Apple leaks and rumors in his Power On newsletter.

Gurman said earlier this month that Apple was preparing next-generation chips and was analyzing at least nine Macs with four distinct variants of the M2 chip. He mentioned that the Mac mini, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 14, MacBook Pro 16, entry-level MacBook Pro, and Mac Pro are all in the testing phase. Apple is also looking at the option of exploring a Mac mini with an M1 Pro chip.

Gurman’s story also makes us wonder if, after a 2.5-year gap, Apple may bypass the M2 iMac and move straight to the iMac m3. That wouldn’t come as a complete surprise, given that Apple routinely updates its iMac products later than it does its laptops. Gurman recently stated that an M2 iMac was in the works and might be released in the coming months.

News on the Apple iMac Release Date

The iMac Pro isn’t dead, which is good news for those seeking an upgrade to their current Apple iMac. According to Gurman, it’s in the works but won’t be ready “anytime soon.” Another trusted Apple source, Ming-Chi Kuo, predicted on Twitter a few months ago that an Apple iMac pro would be resurrected, but not until 2023. There’s no word yet on whether the presently discontinued 27-inch iMac will be treated similarly.

Final Thoughts

Apple’s planning of the Apple m3 chip series years in advance is not surprising, given that tech corporations have long-term development goals. This might point to an aim of releasing a new line of M-series desktop chipsets every year, putting pressure on Intel and AMD to catch up.

Soon, Apple will host WWDC on June 6, where we expect new Macs to be unveiled. These might include a revised MacBook Air and an upgraded Apple iMac Pro, which Apple’s excellent M1-series chipsets would power.

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