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iMac (2023, 24 inches) is here: pure Proprocessor update

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Tonight Apple also updated the iMac once again. This is now the new one M3 driven.

In spring 2021, Apple switched the iMac to the M1. However, since then there has only been this one version with a 24-inch display and no one that replaces the 27-inch model at the time. An update was therefore eagerly awaited by many. Apple also presented a new iMac this night, although it is only a marginal update. To be more precise, the only innovation is the built-in M3Processor. This makes the All-In-One twice as fast as its predecessor with M1. The M3 Pro and also the M3 Max are currently the MacBook Pro Reserved.

iMac (2023, 24-inch): Pricing and availability

Pre-orders for the new iMac have been open since tonight. The market launch is the same as for the new MacBooks on November 7th.

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