Apple won't release iMac with bigger screen for now

With the launch of Mac Studio and Studio Display, Apple has removed the 27-inch Intel iMac, so some people think that Apple may launch a new iMac (Pro). 9to5Mac quoted sources as saying that Apple has no plans to release a larger-screen iMac in the near future. The source has previously revealed plans for Mac Studio and Studio Display, and it looks pretty solid.

Judging from previous revelations, Apple is developing the next generation of new M2 chips and Mac computers equipped with the M2 series, including the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. As far as iMacs are concerned, though, Apple doesn't seem to have plans to release new high-end all-in-ones just yet, including models with Pro, Max, or Ultra chips.

According to information seen by 9to5Mac, Apple is working on a new 24-inch iMac expected to launch in 2023, but like the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro, it's unlikely to feature Apple's new high-end processors.

Of course, Apple's plans may change at any time, after all, Apple often develops different versions of products but axes them before release. But for now, Apple is working on promoting the Mac Studio and the upcoming Mac Pro to professional users.

Last month, a Bloomberg report revealed that Apple may launch Mac (Pro) computers equipped with new Apple Silicon at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, and launch a more advanced computer by the end of the year. There are many Mac series computers, but it may be someone from Ming-Chi Kuo who said on Twitter that Apple's new high-end Mac mini, Mac Pro, and iMac Pro will not be released until 2023.

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