2023 iMac: Latest Updates and Speculations

Tech Leaks: iMac 24-inch 2021 Update: What We Know So Far

The iMac 24-inch is finally getting an update, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. As one of the best all-in-one computers, the iMac (24-inch, 2021) gave us a much more attractive and better value proposition over its now-defunct 21-inch and 27-inch models with its 24-inch display, fun colorways, and of course, that M1 chip inside. However, unlike all the other Apple silicon-powered computers, all of which are now available with newer chips, the iMac line hasn’t received a proper update in almost two years.

What We Know So Far

Although Apple itself hasn’t confirmed anything, Gurman says that the manufacturer is set to launch its “next slate of laptops and desktops” this year, including the next iMac, which is at “an advanced stage of development called engineering validation testing.” So, while it seems that it’s still currently in its production testing stage, it’s very likely that we’ll see a new iMac soon.

What to Expect

Rumors suggest that the new iMac will feature a larger display, possibly up to 32 inches, and a new design with thinner bezels. It’s also expected to come with Apple’s latest M1X or M2 chip, which will provide even better performance than the M1 chip found in the current iMac. Additionally, the new iMac may come in a range of new colors, similar to the current 24-inch model.


The iMac 24-inch 2021 update is highly anticipated, and we can’t wait to see what Apple has in store for us. With a larger display, new design, and improved performance, the new iMac is sure to be a hit with Apple fans. Stay tuned to Tech Leaks for the latest updates on the iMac 24-inch 2021 update and other tech news.

iMac (2023): What You Need to Know

Apple fans are eagerly anticipating the release of the new iMac (2023), which is expected to be powered by the M3 chip. According to reports, the iMac (2023) won’t be available until the second half of the year, but it’s already generating a lot of buzz.

iMac (2023): Release Date

While the release date for the iMac (2023) is still uncertain, it’s expected to hit the shelves sometime in the second half of the year. Apple is currently prioritizing the release of its 15-inch MacBook Air and the first Apple chip-powered Mac Pro, which suffered delays last year. Development of the new iMacs has reached a late stage, but it’s not expected to go into mass production for at least three months.

iMac (2023): Cost

The cost of the iMac (2023) is expected to be about the same as the 2021 models or just slightly pricier. However, this is still speculation, and we’ll have to wait for an official announcement from Apple to know for sure.

iMac (2023): Features

The iMac (2023) is expected to come with a range of new features, including the M3 chip, which is reportedly being developed by Apple. The M3 chip is expected to be a significant improvement over the M1 chip, which is currently used in the latest iMac models. Additionally, the iMac (2023) is expected to have a sleek new design and improved performance.

iMac (2023): Conclusion

While we don’t have all the details about the iMac (2023) yet, it’s clear that Apple fans have a lot to look forward to. With a new M3 chip, sleek design, and improved performance, the iMac (2023) is sure to be a hit. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more about this exciting new product from Apple.

The iMac (2023): Price and What to Expect

Apple fans are eagerly anticipating the release of the next-generation iMac 24-inch. While it’s too early to tell how much it will cost, Apple has been known to limit price increases on updates to its existing models. For example, the MacBook Pro 16-inch (2023) didn’t get a massive price increase over its M1 predecessor. So, we’re hopeful that the iMac (2023) will follow suit.

If Apple does keep the price points around the same, the base model will likely cost around $1,299 / £1,249 / AU$1,899, while the most kitted-out configuration will cost about $2,499 / £2,449 / AU$3,699. However, if Apple decides to include the rumored M3 chip, it may give the iMac (2023) an excuse to increase the price. Even so, we don’t expect the price jump to be too significant.

It’s also worth noting that the Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse are likely to be included in the price. However, it remains to be seen whether Apple will update both peripherals as well. Regardless, we’re excited to see what the iMac (2023) has in store for us. Stay tuned for more updates on Tech Leaks!

iMac (2023): What to Expect

The iMac (2023) rumor mill has started spinning, and while speculations and leaks surrounding the next-generation Apple AIO are pretty spare right now, there are a few things we know. Firstly, the new iMac is going to have the same 24-inch screen as its predecessor, and it’s going to come with the same fun colors (blue, green, pink, silver, yellow, orange, and purple) as well. Secondly, the new iMac (2023) will have a new M-series chip inside. Whether that means it’s going to be powered by the upcoming M3 chip or Apple is going to keep it humble with an M2 is yet to be determined.

What’s New with the iMac (2023)?

According to Mark Gurman, the iMac (2023) will have “some behind-the-scenes changes,” referring to an internal redesign (i.e., where the internal components are located) and a different manufacturing process for attaching the stand. What that means exactly, we’ll have to wait and see.

However, as Gurman himself points out, any Apple machine that launches this year with the M2 chip will “quickly become outdated.” So, an M2-powered iMac is less likely, especially if Apple plans on moving forward with its every-two-year updates.

What to Expect from the iMac (2023)

While we don’t know much about the iMac (2023) yet, we can expect it to have a fresh design and perhaps some cool new features. The next few months will be ripe with leaks and rumors about this next-generation iMac, and we’ll make sure to update this page as soon as something big reaches our desks.

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Michelle Rae Uy is the Computing Reviews and Buying Guides Editor here at Tech Leaks. She’s a Los Angeles-based tech, travel, and lifestyle writer covering a wide range of topics, from computing to the latest in green commutes to the best hiking trails. She’s an ambivert who enjoys communing with nature and traveling for months at a time just as much as watching movies and playing sim games at home. That also means that she has a lot more avenues to explore in terms of understanding how tech can improve the different aspects of our lives.

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