Apple reportedly working on a larger 32-inch iMac – Times of India

Apple According to Mark Gurman in his latest edition of the Power On newsletter, larger iMacs are in the works, larger than the current 27-inch model, with one model having a screen size of nearly 32 inches. However, these iMacs are still in the early stages of development and won’t be available until late 2024 or even 2025.
It was previously reported by Gurman that Apple is working on a massive iMac With a display of more than 30 inches. Now, he says the screen size will be around 32 inches, which is similar to the size of Apple’s costlier Pro Display XDR monitors. The Pro Display XDR was released in December 2019 and features a resolution of 6K for higher quality content.
Currently, the only iMac model currently in existence is the 24-inch one, and Apple still hasn’t brought out an Apple Silicon-powered version of the 27-inch iMac and iMac Pro, However, Apple does have a 27-inch Studio Display on the market that can be connected to both mac studio or another Mac who uses apple silicone,
According to Gurman, the M3-powered iMac that he previously predicted to be released in the second half of this year will now arrive early next year.
Apple silicon chips currently use TSMC’s 5nm process. However, upcoming m3 chip It is speculated to be based on the 3nm process, which will result in a significant increase in both performance and power efficiency.
In May, Gurman reported that Apple had begun testing M3 chips. First batch of M3-powered macs The launch is expected by the end of this year or early 2024.
As per the developer log, the M3 Pro chip features a 12-core setup with 6 performance cores and 6 efficiency cores. Apart from this, it has 18 GPU cores and 36 GB memory. It looks like the chip being tested is the standard M3 Pro, which would result in an increase in core count equivalent to the jump from the M1 Pro to the M2 Pro. This means it will have two additional power-efficient CPU cores and two more graphics cores. Furthermore, the high-end configuration will see a memory increase of 4GB.