The last time Apple updated the iMac was in 2021. Then came the 24-inch desktop model with the M1 processor. Since then, the monoblock has not received any updates. And as noted by the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this year’s model will be left out.

This was reported by 9to5Mac.

Thus, the new revision will appear only in 2024. However, according to the analyst, a 32-inch iMac with a mini-LED display will be a much more interesting addition to the lineup. Unfortunately, we will have to wait until 2025 for such a model. However, the price of such a model can be quite high (currently, the company sells the Pro Display XDR monitor with this technology for $5 000).

This is an update from the analyst on Apple’s all-in-one PCs, which last year included the appearance of the iMac Pro in 2023. So the situation is different now. Last week, the MacOtakara blog also reported on delays with improved iMac configurations.

Earlier, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman had information that Apple plans to skip the M2 chips for the iMac upgrade and move straight to M3. He also mentioned the iMac Pro, which, according to his information, the company will present no earlier than the end of 2024.