Apple is still working on an iMac Pro with M3 processors and bigger screens
Just a month ago Apple announced its M2 processorsbut it seems that the company’s ambitions regarding some of its products go further, at least if we pay attention to the information that emerges from WCCFTech, where they explain that an M3 processor would be among the specifications of a new iMac Pro.
Not only this, but apparently Apple would integrate a more mature design of the M3 in the iMac Pro, such as an M3 Pro or an M3 Maxmodels that are usually released a little later in the life of the chip as was the case with the M1, and that arrive with a higher performance, more suitable for professional functions.
Without a doubt, it is clear that the company’s new ARM processors are going to continue to give a lot to talk about, especially after having seen what Apple is capable of with chips like the M1 Ultra inside the Apple Mac Studio, so we will have to be expectant for the next releases for professionals by the company.
The Apple M3 is expected to hit the market built on TSMC’s 3-nanometer process, although for now all this is assumptions until Apple surprises.