We Haven’t Seen the M2 Yet: Apple Revealed To Develop M3 Processor and New iMac

    Known for Apple leaks, Mark Gurman reported that the new iMac and M3 processor are on the way. So what are we waiting for?

    Apple, which has made its mark on the market with its own processors recently, has accomplished successful works with M1 chips. While the US-based manufacturer has not yet released its products equipped with the M2 processor, remarkable claims came from Bloomberg writer Mark Gurman.

    Mark Gurman, one of the important names reporting Apple’s developments, claimed that the M3 processor and the new iMac that will use this processor have been developed. However, he also underlined that it will have to wait a lot for the processor and desktop computer in question.

    Mark Gurman: M3 and new iMac on the way

    Apple is expected to launch computers with M2 processors in June. However, the same is not the case for the M3, which is now announced to be developed. According to Mark Gurman, who shared the information, the M3 chip will appear at the end of next year at the earliest. This means that users will have to wait for a long time.

    Returning to the M2, products that will use this processor will be introduced at Apple’s 2022 event. Again, according to Mark Gurman, in the coming months; Devices such as the new MacBook Air, entry-level MacBook Pro and Mac mini will be launched. The computers in question will all be powered by the M2 processor.

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