Some wondered whether Apple would ever release an upgrade to the 27-inch iMac or the reintroduction of the iMac Pro when the Mac Studio was revealed. All of that now seems less probable, according to a recent research.
9to5Mac claims that Apple has no immediate plans to manufacture a “larger-screen iMac.” If this is accurate, then the 27-inch iMac powered by Apple technology will be a dream come true for very few people.
According to 9to5Mac’s sources, Apple has no immediate plans to introduce a larger-screen iMac. In the same way as Mac Studio and Studio Display were disclosed to us in advance, this information comes from the same people who gave us early notice.
No iMacs are expected to get the latest, most powerful Apple CPUs, according to a report. This might not only suggest that the iMac Pro would not be returning, but also that the normal iMac will not include such chips.
This is true for models with bigger screens, as well as for those equipped with Pro, Max, or Ultra processors. If 9to5Mac is correct, a new 24-inch Macbook Pro is in the works for 2023, but it is unlikely to have Apple’s high-end CPUs, much like the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Mac Studio and Mac Pro would be Apple’s new pro-level desktop PCs, while the 24-inch iMac and Mini would be its consumer-level devices, if the reports are genuine as said.