Work apparently continues on reviving the discontinued iMac Pro around an Apple silicon M3 chip and a bigger display, but it won't be launching anytime soon.
Typically speaking, Apple isn't the highest payout when it comes to offering trade-in values. But, they aren't the worst, either. And of course, trade-in values will continue to vary on a semi-regular basis, just as we're seeing recently.
Apple unveiled some new hardware earlier this week at its "Peek Performance" event. And while there were rumors that we'd see the new "M2" processor at the event, along with maybe a new MacBook Pro and/or new MacBook Air, that turned out not to be the case. So, of course, we turn to the future, where rumors are still swirling that future hardware could arrive with those specs.
A high-end Mac mini, along with Apple silicon updates to the discontinued iMac Pro and the current Mac Pro, should drop in 2023, not in 2022 as previously thought.
The iMac Pro has been gone for a year now and the 27-inch iMac just left the building. So, when should we expect Apple silicon successors to those systems?
The rumor mill has been abuzz about a new, redesigned 27-inch iMac Pro coming down the pipe for quite some time now. The only bad news is that the rumors can't nail down when, exactly, the new desktop machine will actually launch. But a new tweet may try to clear things up a bit.
There is a 27-inch iMac Pro on the way, if the rumor mill is to be believed. And there was a lot of speculation that the upcoming desktop computer would arrive along with the spring event Apple's going to host later this year. But, now a new report suggests something else entirely.
In 2021, Apple launched a brand new, redesigned iMac with a 24-inch display. The company added the M1 processor under the hood, along with a few other key changes, to help spice up its desktop lineup. To help with that, the new computer also comes in a wide range of colors. But now a new rumor aims to shed some light on Apple's pro aspirations for the desktop lineup.
Not too long ago, I asked how your desk has changed since the start of all this work-from-home fervor started. With so many day-to-day routines changing, it only made sense that some folks' workstations --whether temporary or permanent-- had changed over the last year or so.
Apple's ecosystem isn't just about one device. It's about finding the right way to work across all the different Apple-branded products on your desk. And with two new features coming soon to macOS 12 Monterey (and, technically, iPadOS 15), it's getting a bit easier.
Earlier today, Apple officially unveiled the next major software updates for its platforms at this year's WWDC. It shouldn't surprise anyone that a large range of Apple's devices support updating to the upcoming updates. So you can find a list below of the supported devices that will be updated later this year.
Along with the iMac Pro's launch, Apple also introduced Space Gray accessories to match. However, now that the powerful desktop is discontinued, it's time for the accessories to follow suit.