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Apple just dropped the Mac everyone has been waiting for

Digital Trends

Apple has confirmed that it has no plans to release a 27-inch iMac anytime soon. This news comes on the same day that reviews for Apple’s 24-inch iMac M3 and M3 MacBook Pro went live, and the company urged professional users who have been waiting for an update to the 27-inch iMac to use Mac Studio or Mac Pro. .

An Apple representative confirmed that a 27-inch iMac with Apple silicon is not coming soon Edge. Apple last updated the 27-inch iMac in 2020, just months before Apple silicon was released to the world. It never looked at Apple silicon, instead sticking to older Intel chips. Apple discontinued the product in 2021, and ultimately removed it the following year.

Despite this, professional users are still holding out hope for a new 27-inch iMac, and even among new Mac launches this fall, there are increasing reports that Apple plans to release a 27-inch iMac in 2024. This is in contrast to the 24-inch iMac, which is targeted for use in the home and office, the 27-inch model has traditionally been a professional-focused model that can be scaled to accommodate a more powerful processor. The 24-inch iMac, for example, is stuck on the base M3 processor and likely won’t see an update to the more powerful M3 Pro or M3 Max.

Even with the release of the new 24-inch iMac, which hasn’t seen an update since the original M1 processor, our M3 iMac review started with: “There’s a new iMac. This isn’t what everyone was waiting for – the one with the bigger screen and the M3 Pro.”

While it doesn’t seem like we’ll be getting a 27-inch iMac anytime soon, The Verge notes that the door is still open to a larger model. There are still rumors that Apple is preparing a 32-inch iMac for release in 2024 or 2025. However, considering the news about the 27-inch iMac, this seems unlikely. Apple seems to be focusing its efforts on the Mac Studio and Mac Pro, combined with the 27-inch Studio Display.

In the future, it’s possible that Apple will revisit the 27-inch iMac, but that also seems unlikely. Since the launch of the M1, Apple has focused less on pro products, with the Mac Pro only transitioning to Apple silicon earlier this year.

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