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Apple does not currently plan to release an iMac with a larger screen

Apple does not currently plan to release an iMac with a larger screen

With the introduction of the new Mac Studio and Studio Screen, Apple quietly discontinued the 27-inch iMac – which are still sold with an Intel processor. While the company told the press that the 27-inch iMac was gone for good, rumors were that Apple has New iMac Pro in the worksbut that may not be the case anymore.

The sources said 9to5Mac Apple currently has no plans to release an iMac with a larger screen in the near future. The information comes from the same sources that revealed to us the plans for Mac Studio and Studio Display earlier.

As mentioned earlier, Apple is working on the next wave of Macs with the new M2 chip, which includes a new chip MacBook Air, MacBook ProAnd the Mac mini. However, when it comes to the iMac, the company currently has no plans to release high-end new versions of the all-in-one desktop at the moment.

This applies not only to the larger screen model, but also to versions with Pro, Max or Ultra chipsets. Based on the information it sees 9to5MacApple is working on a new 24-inch iMac expected to be released sometime in 2023, but similar to the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro, it’s unlikely to feature Apple’s high-end processors.

Of course, keep in mind that Apple’s plans may change, which does not mean that the company did not consider offering different versions of the iMac before. But for now, our sources indicate that Apple is focusing on promoting the Mac Studio and the upcoming Apple Silicon Mac Pro to its professional users.

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last month, a Bloomberg Transfer Revealed that Apple may launch new Apple Silicon Macs in June in WWDC 2022, with more Macs by the end of the year.

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