there WWDC 2023 The highly anticipated announcement was witnessed The 15-inch MacBook Airagain mac studio and chips M2 Pro and Ultra. However, we still have to see Macs based on the M3 chip. And as the year draws to a close, we expect that to happen quickly.
Recent rumors from a trusted Apple insider have shed some light on some of Apple’s upcoming and upcoming 2023 releases. Get ready to spice up your tech arsenal as Apple prepares to announce a new iPad Air model with enhanced features, as well as the first Mac computers to integrate the M3 chip. famous.
Apple may release a new product in October, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports in his book Force on newsletter From the end of this week, the focal point of this launch is expected, perhaps next iPhone 15Macs will be new, hinting that the iMac is equipped with a chip Apple M3 It could be part of it. Gorman once wrote thatApple plans to release a iMac M3 at the end of the year.
Also, the form factor should not have changed this time around. In his newsletter last week, Gorman wrote so Larger iMacs, up to 32-inches, won’t appear until late 2024So this update may just be an improved version of the 24-inch model we have today.
Gorman also thinks we’ll see M3-equipped upgrades to Apple’s 13-inch MacBooks — MacBook Air and MacBook Pro — but he’s not upfront about the iPad, saying that a possible M3 version of the iPad Pro with an OLED screen will appear next year. However, he did note that a faster model for the iPad Air is in development. This would allow Apple’s mid-range iPad to return to its annual release schedule after skipping the upgrade in 2021, and to release the M1-powered iPad Air in 2022.
Gurman has previously said that new M3 Macs — at least the iMac and 13-inch MacBook Air — could be released this year or next, making them the first to use Apple’s new 3nm silicon chips, according to reports.rumors. Earlier this year, a knowledgeable supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said so The new M3 Pro / Max chips were expected to appear in the first half of 2024.
The M3 chip will be manufactured using TSMC’s 3nm process. This manufacturing technique results in a denser chip with a higher number of cores and improved overall performance. With the M3 chip, Apple aims to deliver an unparalleled computing experience, even surpassing the ultra-fast M2 chip found in Apple’s latest devices.
We’ll have to wait until the end of the year to see if this rumor is confirmed.