The Apple Silicon iMac Pro That We Desire Could Become Available in 2023: Except for the 27-inch iMac, every Apple Mac has been rekindled with enthusiasm by Apple’s silicon shift. With the release of the Mac Studio and Studio Display, Apple has discontinued the 27-inch iMac, following last year’s removal of the iMac Pro from the lineup. However, the iMac with a massive screen could make a comeback: A recent source suggests that in 2023 when Apple is expected to unveil the next-generation Mac Pro, the company would also reintroduce the iMac Pro with a number of upgraded features.
It has been reported by LeaksApplePro on Howtoisolve that Apple is developing a new iMac Pro with support for M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs, set for delivery in 2023. Also, the report claims the iMac Pro’s screen will be “quite similar to the 27-inch LED microdisplay with ProMotion technology that will be unveiled alongside the new Mac Pro, but of inferior quality.” Though the leaker remains mum on specifics, we can assume that it will resemble a larger, darker space-gray 24-inch iMac in terms of style.
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It’s unclear what “lower quality” refers to, as the new Pro Panel XDR features a 6K display while the previous-gen iMac Pro only managed a 5K one. It’s also feasible that the quality is comparable to that of the 27-inch 5K Studio Display (which lacks ProMotion and HDR). Promotion is a technology that allows for a variable refresh rate, which results in smoother scrolling and animations, however, Apple has never included it in an iMac.
Without any revisions between its 2017 debut and its 2021 demise, Apple’s 27-inch iMac Pro has been discontinued. In addition, the 27-inch iMac was retired in March of this year, much before it was due for an Apple silicon update. A new iMac Pro that is larger and more powerful than the current 24-inch model would solve two problems for Apple. We’ve given some thought to what we’d like to see in an ideal iMac Pro, and our ideas are fairly close to the rumors above, with M2 Pro/Max CPUs and a screen the size of a Studio Display being two of the key features.
Is an iMac set for release in 2023?
Apple is currently developing two new iMacs, one with a larger 27-inch display and another with improvements to the current 24-inch model. Apple is rumored to be keeping the 24-inch M1 model in the lineup until later in 2023 when a new model featuring the M3 CPU could be introduced.
Apple silicon Mac Pro: Coming Soon?
Apple has stated that it is developing a new Mac Pro that will use Apple silicon processors for its processing needs. A smaller Mac Pro was said to be in the works, but it turned out to be the Mac Studio, a new product line released in March 2022.
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Apple’s lack of iMac Pro sales begs the question, why?
Now that Apple’s proprietary processor is appearing in all of Apple’s product lines, the Intel-based Macs no longer seem relevant or capable of competing with the new Apple Silicon Macs.
In 2023, do you plan to release a new Mac Pro?
Although Gurman had predicted a late 2022 release for the notebooks, he later indicated Apple had opted to hold off until 2023. Refreshes to the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro are expected to arrive in early 2023.
Which is better, getting a Mac today or waiting for Apple silicon?
You don’t have to rush out and buy a new Mac if you already have an Intel-based computer that meets your needs, especially if it was released in 2018 or later. You should hold off on purchasing a new Mac until you can get one that uses Apple-designed silicon, if at all possible.
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