Bloomberg’s Mark Garman has revealed that Apple will release a Mac with an M3 chip in the second half of 2023 and will be installed in the next-generation iMac.
M3-equipped Mac launches in the second half of 2023
In the Power On newsletter, Marc Garman responded to a reader’s question, “When will the M3-equipped Mac be available?”
The reason is that the first M1-equipped Mac was released in November 2020, and the M2-equipped Mac was released in June 2022, about a year and a half later, so the M3-equipped Mac will be released in the latter half of 2023. It is said that it can be considered somewhere in
Mr. Garman said the other day that the M3 will be a chip based on the A16. Of the iPhone 14 series in 2022, it is rumored that only the iPhone 14 Pro will be equipped with the A16, and the iPhone 14 will be equipped with the A15.
M3 will be on the next iMac
Garman predicts that the first model with the M3 chip will be an iMac that hasn’t been updated since April 2021.
Garman said, “I can’t imagine that the iMac will have an M2-equipped model,” and said that the next iMac update will be the M3-equipped model in 2023.
Source: Power On/Bloomberg
Source: iPhone Mania