Gurman: High-end 24-inch iMac MacBook Pro

Say hello to the new iMac. Inspired by the best of Apple. Transformed by the M1 chip. Stands out in any space. Fits perfectly into your life. See it all in sharp, glorious detail on the immersive 24‑inch 4.5K Retina display. The P3 wide color gamut brings what you’re watching to life in over a billion colors.

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Images shine with a brilliant 500 nits of brightness. Industry-leading anti‑reflective coating delivers greater comfort and readability. And True Tone technology automatically adjusts the color temperature of your display to the ambient light of your environment, for a more natural viewing experience.

See it all in sharp, glorious detail on the immersive 24‑inch 4.5K Retina display. The P3 wide color gamut brings what you’re watching to life in over a billion colors. Images shine with a brilliant 500 nits of brightness. Industry-leading anti‑reflective coating delivers greater comfort and readability.

And True Tone technology automatically adjusts the color temperature of your display to the ambient light of your environment, for a more natural viewing experience. So whether you’re editing photos, working on presentations, or watching your favorite shows and movies, everything looks incredible on iMac.

It’s the best camera system ever in a Mac. Double the resolution for higher-quality video calls. A larger sensor that captures more light. And the advanced image signal processor (ISP) of M1 greatly improves image quality. So from collaborating with coworkers to catching up with friends and family, you’ll always look your best.

In his latest Power On newsletter, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman talks about the future of the Mac line, as Apple could be readying new M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pro for early 2023. In addition, the journalist also gives a few tidbits about the future of the Mac Pro, iMac Pro, and the 24-inch iMac.

Starting with the high-end MacBook Pro, Gurman previously said that the M2 Pro and M2 Max variants could launch as early as this fall and as late as the next summer. After Apple didn’t hold an event after September one, the journalist says the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro could launch “early next year.”

Regarding the iMac Pro, Bloomberg’s journalist says Apple continues to experiment with this computer, although the machine has suffered internal delays for similar reasons as the Mac Pro.

The aforementioned Mac mini update will come in regular M2 and M2 Pro variations, while new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros are arriving early next year with M2 Pro and M2 Max options. The company also continues to eye a high-end iMac Pro with Apple silicon, but that machine has suffered internal delays for similar reasons as the Mac Pro.

Another product that has been rumored for a second generation is the 24-inch iMac. Launched in early 2021 as one of the first Apple silicon Macs, this computer is reportedly skipping an M2 variant to launch with the M3 processor. As of now, Gurman says it will “probably launch at the end of 2023 at the earliest,” as Apple also doesn’t plan to add any design changes.

Mark Gurman reports that the M2 Extreme chip for the upcoming Mac Pro has been canceled, and Apple is focusing on the M2 Max and M2 Ultra variations for this product.

Last but not least, an M2 Pro-based Mac mini is also in the works to replace the remaining Intel models, although it’s unclear its launch. The ISP on M1 uses computational video to enhance image quality.

To capture stunning video, it goes through a series of steps to analyze and enhance each pixel, at over a trillion operations per second. Advanced noise reduction algorithms bring a new level of clarity.

Tone mapping delivers enhanced dynamic range, for more detail in bright highlights and dark shadows. And it works with the Neural Engine in M1 to make more intelligent exposure and white balance adjustments so you look just right in any light. Whether you’re on a video call with a friend, cutting a track, or recording a podcast, the microphones on iMac make sure you come through loud, crisp, and clear.

The studio-quality three-mic array is designed to reduce feedback, so conversations flow more naturally and you interrupt each other less. And beamforming technology helps the mics ignore background noise. Which means everyone hears you — not what’s going on around you.

The ISP on M1 uses computational video to enhance image quality. To capture stunning video, it goes through a series of steps to analyze and enhance each pixel, at over a trillion operations per second. Advanced noise reduction algorithms bring a new level of clarity.

Tone mapping delivers enhanced dynamic range, for more detail in bright highlights and dark shadows. And it works with the Neural Engine in M1 to make more intelligent exposure and white balance adjustments so you look just right in any light.

Does Mark Gurman work for Apple?

Mark kicked off his writing career at the end of 2009, and he had his first significant break in 2011 with a story detailing Siri. Since then, Mark has become known for leading the reporting regarding many of the Apple products and initiatives introduced this decade.

Chinedu Okeke

Chinedu is the founder of Nigerian Tech. He is a tech enthusiast who has the passion for emerging trends in the tech industry. He is also a professional web content developer.

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