Apple's refreshed M3 MacBook Pro and iMac computers ship with macOS Ventura installed, but some folks can't seemingly update their machine to macOS Sonoma.
Apple is not developing an Apple silicon successor to the 27-inch iMac. Isntead, the company would prefer if customers focused on the current 24-inch M3 iMacs.
An unofficial workaround for connecting multiple external displays to M1, M2 and M3 Macs involves using DisplayLink software and external USB-C docks.
Here’s when and how to order the new M3-powered MacBook Pro laptops and the new M3-based iMac all-in-one desktop unveiled at Apple’s “Scary Fast” event.
Apple on Monday at its ‘Scary Fast’ event unveiled its new M3 series chips and refreshed some of its Mac lineup to take advantage of the new architecture. While most of the spotlight was put on the MacBook Pro, which received M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max chip variants, the iMac also received a spec bump to include Apple’s latest silicon.
New iMacs coming at Monday's "Scary Fast" event will allegedly use an upcoming Apple M3 chip and be available in the same colors as the current iMac lineup.
Apple could soon release a new iMac model after leaving the iconic all-in-one desktop computer without a refresh for more than three years now.
Apple is apparently developing six different computers that'll run its upcoming M3 chip, including new M3 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops.
Apple has reportedly kicked off early development work on a new desktop computer—a bigger iMac with a screen measuring “over 30 inches” diagonally.
Check the official macOS Sonoma system requirements to see if your Mac is supported because Apple has trimmed the device compatibility list for macOS 14.
Apple might unveil several new Macs during its upcoming WWDC keynote, in addition to the rumored mixed-reality headset and new operating systems.
Apple is apparently readying the next iMac with M3 for a launch this fall, but don’t hold your breath for a bigger screen or exciting new colors.