Apple’s Upcoming iMac and MacBook Air: Everything We Know So Far

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Apple's Upcoming iMac and MacBook Air: Everything We Know So Far
Apple logo on the back of a yellow Apple iMac 24". (Photo by Jay Wennington on Unsplash)

Apple fans have been eagerly awaiting news about the tech giant’s latest offerings, and the recent Bloomberg report by the renowned tech journalist Mark Gurman has only fueled their excitement. According to Gurman, Apple is set to release a new 24-inch iMac and 13-inch MacBook Air, and this news has been met with great anticipation and speculation among the tech community.

The 24-inch iMac was first launched in April 2021 and is currently equipped with Apple’s M1 chip. However, Apple has been due to upgrade its iMac lineup for some time now, and Gurman’s report suggests that the company is finally ready to unveil the much-awaited upgrade. The new iMacs are expected to retain the same screen size and colorways, but with the addition of a new M-series chip to replace the M1 chip.


On the other hand, the MacBook Air received a recent upgrade in terms of design and hardware. Apple gave the popular laptop line a boxier, iPhone-like treatment and fitted it with the M2 chip. However, Gurman speculates that Apple could soon launch a new MacBook Air (13-inch) equipped with the new M3 chip, which is slated to be launched later this year.

The M-series chips have been a game-changer for Apple’s Mac lineup, providing faster processing speeds and improved efficiency. With the launch of the new M3 chip, Apple is expected to continue this trend and potentially revolutionize the personal computer market even further. It will be interesting to see what approach Apple takes with its new Mac lineup and how the tech world responds to these changes.

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As with any Apple product launch, there is sure to be a lot of excitement and anticipation in the lead-up to the official release. Fans will be eagerly waiting to see what new features and improvements the new iMac and MacBook Air will offer. Until then, we can only speculate on what the future holds for Apple’s popular Mac lineup.