Apple's upcoming 24-inch iMac and 15-inch MacBook Air
Delhi : After almost two years, Apple is expected to release a new all-in-one iMac desktop PC in April featuring a 24-inch display. With a more potent SoC (system over chip) from Apple's M2 family, the new iMac is anticipated to look similar to the iMac 2021. According to Apple analyst and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, several internal components of the next iMacs (reportedly designated J433 and J434) will be moved and changed. With the iMac stand, the company has chosen a different production method. Apple has yet to officially announce the release of its new all-in-one computer.
Other key details about the new iMacs are unknown, but we can anticipate Wi-Fi 6e and improved memory technology. Gurman notes in his Power On newsletter that the iMac 2023 will be available in the same colour palette as the current iMac, which includes blue, silver, pink, and orange.
The iMac's price has not been disclosed, but the all-in-one PC typically costs more than a lakh in India. The Apple India website currently lists the 2021 iMac with a 24-inch display for Rs1,29,900. This model has an M1 SoC (8-core CPU and 7-core GPU), 256GB storage, and 8GB RAM.
The message mentions the introduction of "three new Macs" in addition to the iMac during the next three months. Apple will introduce a 13-inch MacBook Air and its first MacBook Air with a 15-inch display (codenamed J515). The MacBook Air line currently offers computers with screens as large as 14 inches. Apple has previously released an 11-inch model as well, but it has been a while since the last update. Moreover, Apple might think about including M3 SoC in the MacBook Air 2023.
A Mac Pro with Apple M-series SoCs will be released alongside the MacBook Air computers. Indeed, this Computer was created with professional creators in mind.
Mac Pro model will have the M2 Ultra SoC, which can offer up to 24 CPU cores, 76 graphics cores, and a minimum of 192 gigabytes of RAM. If the Mac Pro gets a fresh look, that will be intriguing to see.
Apple released Mac Studio last year for makers, despite the fact that there hasn't been a redesign in a while. The M1 Ultra SoC, which offers a 20-Core CPU, 48-Core GPU, 64GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage, is part of Mac Studio's top option (memory can be customised). Cost of the variation is Rs 3,89,900.