Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says Apple is working on larger iMacs, including one model that will boast an around 32-inch display. Gurman’s comments come in his latest Power On newsletter. Gurman said the larger iMacs are still in early development and he doesn’t expect them to launch until late 2024 or sometime in 2025 at the earliest.
Gurman had previously said Apple was developing an iMac with a more than 30-inch display. This is the first time he has narrowed down the possible size, saying the display will be approximately the same 32-inch size as the Pro Display XDR monitor.
While Apple had previously offered an Intel-based 27-inch iMac and iMac Pro, the Cupertino firm has canceled both in recent years and has yet to offer a larger-screened iMac powered by Apple silicon.
Currently, the 24-inch iMac is the only all-in-one computer sold by Apple. The current iMac with the M1 chip was released in April 2021. Gurman expects to see an updated model with a faster M3 chip launch sometime early next year. Currently, all Apple silicon chips are manufactured using TSMC’s 5nm process. Apple’s upcoming M3 chip is expected to use a 3nm process, which should provide significant performance and power efficiency improvements.