Apple release date for the new iMac
According to a report from Bloomberg news agency, published on Sunday, that Apple intends to launch the new version of the iMac computer during the second half of this year.
Although it is expected that the upcoming version of the (iMac) computer will come with the same 24-inch screen size as the previous version, Bloomberg reported last January that it would come with the (M3) M3 chip, which is produced using the 3-nanometer manufacturing technology, which is characterized as Faster and more energy efficient.
Given that it is not officially known when Apple intends to launch the new version of (iMac), Bloomberg expects that the computer will not enter mass production before three months from now, and it may start shipping in the second half of 2023, in the same colors as its predecessor, They are: blue, silver, pink and orange.
And the Bloomberg report stated that the new iMac is in an “advanced stage of development,” and that Apple is “currently conducting production tests for the device.”
Other details revealed by (Bloomberg) indicate that some internal components of the (iMac) may be "relocated and redesigned," and that the production process for installing the (iMac) stand on the screen is "different."
This, and it is believed that the time has come to launch an upgrade for (iMac) computers, as Apple did not launch a new version two years ago, as the 2021 model was the first to come with Apple’s own Silicon chip, in addition to a larger screen, and a new set of colors. .
In a report published last June, Bloomberg started talking about that Apple is working on a 13-inch and 15-inch version of its laptop (MacBook Air) with an (M3) chip, in addition to a new (iMac) computer.
It is expected that the (M3) chipset will perform better than the current (M2) chip. According to TSMC, which manufactures its chips for Apple, the 3nm manufacturing technology will improve speed by up to 15 percent compared to the current 5nm manufacturing technology. nanometers, and reduce energy consumption by up to 30 percent.
Taiwanese Chipset Maker Company (TSMC) has already started mass production of its 3nm (nm3) M3 chips at its Taiwan facilities last year.
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