Gurman: An iMac with an M3 processor is already in development and may unveil later this year

While Apple has completed the introduction of all the M1 chips and we are waiting for the first batch of M2 laptops, it appears that the Cupertino company is already working on a third generation of Mac – and iPad – minerals. Here is everything we know about the M3 iMac. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims in a new version of Power On News that the M3 version of the iMac is already in the works. Although it is unclear what innovations or technologies this chip will take, it is worth noting that Apple is already targeting another iMac with its entry level processor.

Right now, Gurman believes Apple is working on multiple computers with an M2 processor: a M2 chip for the new MacBook Air, a MacBook Pro-level entry, and a Mac mini; M2 Pro and M2 max chips for the new 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro; Dual M2 Ultra Dual for Mac Pro. The M2 issue could arrive as early as June as the reporter said Apple may plan to release new Macs in the next two months. In addition, this is what Gurman wrote about the M3 iMac:

Since then, I have heard that M2 chips are not the only one tested within Apple. And if you’re waiting for the new iMac, I’m hearing an M3 version of that desktop already in the works – although I think it won’t be launched until the end of next year early. Even, for those who are asking, I still think an iMac Pro is coming. It just won’t be anytime soon.

9to5Mac is also able to confirm with independent sources that Apple is working on all those M2 Macs, although it is curious to note that the next iMac may feature M3 chip later next year, skipping the M2 processor. Currently, the iMac is the only available 24-inch model. Since the company has no plans to introduce a larger iMac, it seems that this could be an opportunity to get an M3 processor in the future.

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