SAMSUNG ANNOUNCES THEIR 2023 SMART MONITORS WHICH AIM TO DO IT ALL
- 03 Jun - 09 Jun, 2023
Apple’s working on a MacBook Air and iMac with an M3 chip built using the more efficient 3-nanometer fabrication process, according to a report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. While it’s not clear when the two upgraded devices might launch, Gurman expects the M3 chip to arrive later this year or early next year. Gurman first hinted at this in June of last year, noting that Apple’s working on an M3-equipped 13-inch MacBook Air, 15-inch MacBook Air, and a new iMac. Apple included the new M2 Pro and M2 Max chips with the lineup of MacBook Pros it announced earlier this month, and also added an M2 Pro chip to the Mac Mini. These chips are based on a second-generation 5nm process, which is still an upgrade from the standard 5nm process Apple uses to fabricate its M1 chips. The MacBook Air and iMac aren’t the only devices that could soon get an M3 upgrade. We’ll have to wait a bit longer to see if this rumour pans out, along with Gurman’s prediction that Apple could release a touchscreen Mac in 2025.