Significant iMac Changes Are Promised by Final Apple Leaks

After an incredibly long wait, Apple is now prepared to bring the newest Apple Silicon technology to the desk-bound iMac during its “Scary Fast” event later this week. And the iMac is prepared to fulfill its quick promise.

Mark Gurman has provided the last information before to the launch ceremony on October 30. In an article for Bloomberg’s Power On Newsletter, he outlines the desktop competition and how it has caught up to Apple Silicon’s advancements. This is especially interesting to iMac enthusiasts. With the introduction of the initial M1 chipset for the iMac, Apple did introduce the ground-breaking ARM-based Apple Silicon, but the platform has never been updated.

The iMac was left on first-generation silicon, while the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops pushed the envelope of efficiency and mobility, the Mac Studio materialized as a desktop computer with enormous horsepower, and the Mac Pro redefined expectations for a workstation.

With the release of the new iMac this week, which will forgo the M2 generation in favor of the new 3nm-based M3 Apple Silicon, that appears to be about to change.

The iMac will be the first Apple product to launch with the M3, and as of right now, the only M3 hardware that will be available (though M3 Pro and M3 Max MacBook Pro laptops are also anticipated). There has been no word on the release of a MacBook Air or 13-inch MacBook Pro. Due to the absence of an M2 update, the iMac has not received an update since 2021—quite a while considering Apple’s rapid Mac turnover to develop Apple Silicon.

That looks to be about to change with the arrival of the new iMac this week, which will drop support for the M2 generation in favor of the new 3nm-based M3 Apple Silicon.

Though M3 Pro and M3 Max MacBook Pro laptops are also expected, the iMac will be the first Apple device to debut with the M3, and as of right now, the only M3 hardware that will be offered. The release date of the 13-inch MacBook Pro or MacBook Air has not been announced. The iMac hasn’t seen an update since 2021 because of the lack of an M2 update, which is a long time given Apple’s quick turnover of Macs to create Apple Silicon.

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