Leaked! Apple has a 32-Inch iMac; know when you can expect it | Tech News

Leaked! Apple has a 32-Inch iMac; know when you can expect it

Surprisingly, Apple is testing larger iMacs, including one with a screen size of around 32 inches, according to Mark Gurman.

| Updated on: Jul 10 2023, 12:42 IST
WWDC 2023: 15-inch MacBook Air coming! Wonder tech or not? Check likely specs
1/6 According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, WWDC 2023 could see the launch of a new 15-inch MacBook Air, alongside other launches. This means that Apple could announce a 15-inch addition to its range of one of its best-selling laptops this year. (Unsplash)
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2/6 The 15-inch MacBook Air will join the MacBook lineup and will be placed between the 13.6-inch MacBook Air and the 16-inch MacBook Pro. According to Gurman, the new MacBook Air could have the same internals as the 13-inch version, apart from a bigger 15.2-inch display. Disappointed?  (Unsplash)
3/6 The new MacBook Air is expected to get the Apple M2 chip under the hood, instead of the M3 chip, which Apple could be keeping reserved for next year’s MacBooks, as per the reports. Therefore, it is not likely to get the M3 chipset for now. Definitely a bummer! (Unsplash)
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4/6 That the gadget is actually coming is clear from the fact that, apart from Gurman, several other Apple analysts such as Ming-Chi Kuo and Ross Young have also hinted about the MacBook Air launch. (HT Tech)
5/6 Moreover, the 15-inch MacBook Air could get a 1080p webcam, improved speakers, MagSafe charging, and a function key row. It could give consumers an option for a larger but more affordable MacBook for those who prefer a bigger display but cannot afford the pricey MacBook Pro. Finally, some relief! (Apple)
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6/6 It should be noted that all the details about the rumoured 15-inch MacBook Air are based on unofficial reports, and thus should be taken with a grain of salt. Only the official announcement from Apple will reveal actual details about the device, which is expected to at the WWDC 2023 starting from June 5. (HT Tech)
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Apple's 32-inch iMac may have a larger display and faster chip. (Apple India)

It has been revealed that Apple is testing larger iMacs! In fact, it has an iMac with a screen size of around 32 inches, according to Mark Gurman from Bloomberg. Gurman mentioned, in his latest Power On newsletter, that these new iMacs are still in the early stages of development, so we shouldn't expect them to be available until late 2024 or maybe even sometime in 2025, MacRumors reported.

Apple's experimentation with larger iMacs

Previously, Gurman mentioned that Apple was working on a bigger iMac with a display larger than 30 inches. Now he's specified that the display will be around 32 inches, which is similar to Apple's high-end Pro Display XDR monitor. The Pro Display XDR was released in December 2019 and offers high-quality visuals with a 6K resolution, starting at $4,999.

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Apple has phased out the Intel-based 27-inch iMac and iMac Pro in recent years, but it has not released a larger iMac with an Apple silicon chip as a replacement yet. Instead, it offer the 27-inch Studio Display, which can be connected to the Mac Studio or another Mac with Apple silicon, but it's not an all-in-one solution like the iMac.

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Upcoming updates for the 24-inch iMac

Currently, the only all-in-one computer available from Apple is the 24-inch iMac. The current model, powered by the M1 chip, was released in April 2021. Gurman predicts that an updated model with a faster M3 chip will be released early next year. All of Apple's current silicon chips are made using TSMC's 5nm process, but the M3 chip is expected to move to a more advanced 3nm process, resulting in significant improvements in performance and power efficiency.

Introduction of new chips for the Mac Studio

Earlier this year, during WWDC 2023, Apple introduced new chips, the M2 Max and M2 Ultra, for its Apple Mac Studio desktop system. The physical design of the Mac Studio remained the same, but it received significant internal upgrades. Notably, the previous Mac Studio used an M1 chip.

The Mac Studio with the M2 Max chip from Apple is about 50% faster than the previous generation and four times faster than the Intel-powered 27-inch iMac. It boasts a 12-core CPU, up to a 38-core GPU, up to 96 GB of memory, and 400GB/s of memory bandwidth.

The Mac Studio runs on macOS Ventura, which offers features like Stage Manager, Continuity Camera, Handoff in FaceTime, Safari passkeys, and the Freeform app to help users be more productive and expressive.

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First Published Date: 10 Jul, 12:42 IST