Apple will unveil MacBook Pro and iMac with M3 chip in early 2023
According to Mark Gorman from the Bloomberg news website, Apple plans to unveil various MacBook Pro models as well as the iMac computer with the M3 chip in early 2023.
Apple plans to unveil two MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips early next year. These two products, which were supposed to be unveiled and released this year, will be sold in 14 and 16 inch sizes. In terms of appearance, it is unlikely that we will see any changes in these products, except that their chip will be upgraded and the RAM technology will be faster. Apple released the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips in late 2021, and now, after more than a year, it wants to release replacement models without a change in appearance but with hardware upgrades.
According to According to the source of this news, Mark Gorman, Apple wants to unveil the iMac computer in addition to the MacBook Pro, but this product will use the M3 chip as its beating heart. This product should be released in early 2023, but not much information is available. The previous generation iMac was launched in April last year with the M1 chip and colorful design. Of course, apparently Apple is testing iMac with M2 and M2 Pro chips, but no information about them has been published.
In addition to these two products, Apple was supposed to unveil the Mac Pro with the M2 Extreme chip, but apparently this is not going to happen. Instead, the American company is testing the Mac Pro with the M2 Ultra chip. According to Gorman, the Mac Pro with the M2 Ultra chip will use 24 processing cores, 76 graphics cores and at least 192 GB of RAM. Just like the current Mac Pro model, the new model will be upgradeable in terms of internal memory and RAM.
It seems that the project of building a model that was supposed to be launched with the M2 Extreme chip with 46 processing cores and 1452 graphics cores has been canceled due to the high manufacturing cost. The estimated price of this product reached at least 10,000 dollars.
In addition, Apple will unveil new external monitors, including the updated version of Pro Display XDR. These monitors are supposed to use the A13 chip. The information in this field is currently limited and we have to wait for more news to be published.