Mark Gurman predicts that Apple products will be released in 2023. Will an iMac with an M3 chip appear |

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Apple has introduced a number of new products this year, and may have more new products in store next year.

US Media Featured Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman presents the latest edition of his “Power On” newsletter. We have listed products that may be released in 2023.

Among the new products expected from Mark Gurman are the iPhone 15 series (including iPhone 15 Ultra), Apple Watch Series 9, large iPad, 15-inch MacBook Air, iMac with M3 chip, Mac Pro, new HomePod, AR / VR headset proprietary.

  • iPhone 15 series
  • Apple Watch Series 9
  • Large iPad model
  • MacBook Air 15-inch
  • iMac with an M3 chip
  • A new Mac Pro
  • The new HomePod
  • an AR/VR headset

In addition to this, Apple is said to be preparing several new products.

By the way, in the WWDC20 keynote speech, Apple revealed that it “plans to introduce Apple Silicon to every Mac in the next two years”, and the Mac Pro with Apple Silicon should come out within 2022. Mark Gurman expects to’ r Mac Pro with Apple Silicon to arrive in 2023.

In the WWDC22 keynote speech in June this year, John Turnus, senior vice president of hardware engineering at Apple, mentioned the Mac Pro, so I think some users are looking forward to its appearance within the year, but Mark If Gurman predictions are. be believed, the announcement may be further away.

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