Imac 27 2023: iMac 27-inch ‘iMac Pro’ 2023 release date and 32-inch display rumors

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iMac 27-inch ‘iMac Pro’ 2023 release date and 32-inch display rumors

Until March 2022 Apple sold two sizes of its iMac desktop computer. The smaller model was more suited to home users due to its less powerful processor, while the larger 27-inch model, with more speed and higher-end features, was meant to be powerful enough for more demanding users.

When Apple introduced the 24-inch iMac in 2021 with a colorful redesign and M1 chip, it was the beginning of the end for the high-end version. First Apple discontinued the iMac Pro, and a year later introduced the Mac Studio with the 27-inch Studio Display in March 2022 and discontinued the 27-inch iMac at the same time.

But the story doesn’t end there. Ever since it was retired, there have been rumors that Apple has plans to introduce a new version of the iMac Pro that would also mark the return of the 27-inch iMac. In this article, we’ll evaluate the reports that suggest that Apple could revive the old brand with a brand new iMac Pro. Read on to find out when it could launch and what features it might offer.

Is there even a need for a new iMac Pro now the Mac Studio has arrived? We think there will always be room for a pro desktop with a large screen built in. See: How the iMac Pro could come out of retirement to dominate the desktop.

WWDC kicked off on June 5, but there was no news about a Pro iMac. There was a new Mac Pro and a new Mac Studio though.

Is a new 27-inch iMac Pro coming out?

The rumors that Apple would revive the iMac Pro have been circulating for years. Back in October 2021, in a tweet that is no longer online, retired Apple leaker Dylan tweeted the following details about an iMac Pro:

iMac (Pro)
Promotion and Mini Led
Base model 16gb Ram 512gb Storage
M1 Pro and Max
Dark bezels
HDMI, SD Card, Usb C
Similar design to iMac 24 and Pro Display XDR
Starting price at or over 2000 dollars
Ethernet on brick standard
Face ID was tested (Not confirmed)
1H 2022

— Dylan (@dylandkt) October 30, 2021

Clearly, Dylan was incorrect about this prediction, but he wasn’t the only one suggesting that a new iMac Pro was in the works. According to LeaksApplePro (via Howtoisolve in January 2023) a new iMac Pro, with M2 Pro and M2 Max processors, will be released in 2023. (However, LeaksApplePro has since come under criticism by the likes of Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who called him a troll, so perhaps we should take that claim with a pinch of salt.)

But even if we discount those two sources, there is still evidence that Apple is working on a new iMac Pro. In fact, Gurman himself has also predicted that an iMac Pro is coming. Unfazed by the release of the Mac Studio and the removal of the 27-inch iMac from the lineup following the March 2022 Apple event, Gurman wrote in April 2022: “For those asking, I still think an iMac Pro is coming. It just won’t be anytime soon.”

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also made predictions about a new iMac Pro, although not since March 2022 when he tweeted that an iMac Pro would ship in 2023.

In July 2022 a report on Macrumors, based on information shared by a source to a forum member—so we can’t vouch for its accuracy—suggested that “Apple prototyped at least three larger iMac models with Apple silicon chips” in 2021.

And Display Supply Chain Consultants analyst Ross Young has also made observations that a new 27-inch iMac was coming based on his own sightings of 27-inch displays. For example, in October 2021 he tweeted that a 27-inch MiniLED screen would be used in an iMac in Q122. However, Young later admitted that these sightings could have been in relation to the Studio Display, which subsequently launched alongside the Mac Studio in March 2022.

OK, tweeted too early. The 27″ MiniLED screen is going in an iMac in Q1’22, not an external monitor. May see a monitor later. Still 24Hz – 120Hz variable refresh…Sorry for the confusion!

— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 20, 2021

27-inch iMac Pro: Release date

The arrival of the Studio Display hasn’t meant that Young has stopped believing that there is a possibility that Apple has plans for a new 27-inch iMac. In February 2023, Young told MacRumors that Apple’s plans for a 27-inch screen with ProMotion support (with refresh rates up to 120Hz) had been delayed and it would not launch in the first quarter of 2023 as he had expected. He did note, however, that this display could be destined for a 27-inch iMac, or it could be a new Pro Display XDR.

Young isn’t the only one referring to delays. In December 2022, Mark Gurman indicated that the iMac Pro had been delayed, citing (as with the new Mac Pro) high development costs and difficulties engineering chips as the cause of the delay. In his first newsletter of 2023, Gurman also wrote that the iMac Pro “has been on and off Apple’s road map”, and that “I would be surprised at this point if it arrives in 2023”.

So a new iMac Pro in 2023 is looking unlikely, despite the fact that the iMac will be 25 years old on Tuesday, August 15, 2023. Wouldn’t that be a fitting date to launch a new iMac? Unfortunately, even a new 24-inch iMac isn’t expected until the end of 2023 at the earliest.

In a July 31, 2021 newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggested that the new iMac Pro will have “a similar design to the current M1 iMac.”

It makes sense that the iMac Pro will borrow some of its design inspiration from the 24-inch iMac. Apple offers the 24-inch iMac in several color choices, but there haven’t been reports on what color choices Apple will use for the iMac Pro. To create a differentiation between the consumer and pro levels, Apple may decide on different color choices as with the iPhone Pro, or stick with the traditional silver like that on the 27-inch iMac or Space Gray as on the discontinued iMac Pro.

Another difference we could see on the larger iMac is dark bezels rather than a white border around the screen. There may also be a notch as there is with the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. This could allow Apple to extend the height of the screen as it has with these models. We’d also like to see the iMac Pro lose some of its “chin.” Based on teardowns of the iMac and the Studio Display, and the low power and heat requirements of Apple silicon, a chinless iMac Pro could be possible.

The next large iMac Pro will probably look nothing like the current 27-inch model (right) and more like the 24-inch iMac (left).


27-inch iMac Pro: Display

Display analyst Ross Young and others have stated that the iMac Pro will have a 27-inch display, which we have to admit to being disappointed by. A larger display would certainly make the iMac Pro more attractive to potential buyers. Next to the 24-inch iMac, with its 4.5K display (4,480 x 2,520 pixels), the 27-inch iMac only looks slightly more impressive with its 5K display (5,120 x 2,880 pixels). But it’s not only the 24-inch iMac that the iMac Pro will be compared to. The 27-inch screen also doesn’t compare particularly favorably with many modern displays that are larger than 30-inch (including the 32-inch, 6K Apple Pro Display XDR). We would like to see a 32-inch display on the new iMac Pro.

Gurman has predicted that the 27-inch iMac could see its display size increase by a similar amount to the 24-inch iMac: “I absolutely still believe that a larger, redesigned iMac to replace the Intel 27-inch models is en route. Apple increasing the screen size of the smaller model from 21. 5 inches to 24 inches seems to indicate that the 27-inch model could see a size increase as well,” he wrote.

A larger display could be possible without increasing the size of the iMac significantly. The 27-inch iMac measured 25.6-inches wide, 20.3-inches tall, and 8-inches deep, and Apple’s new design helps make the 24-inch iMac smaller than even the 21.5-inch iMac it replaced (21.5-inches x 18.1-inches x 5.8-inches vs. 20.8-inches x 17.7-inches x 6.9-inches).

The new iMac Pro wouldn’t actually need to be as big as the Pro Display XDR to offer a 6K display. A 30-inch display with smaller bezels could still accommodate the 6,016 x 3,384 pixels for Retina 6K resolution and a 6K iMac.

It is possible that the screen of the iMac may be more comparable to the quality of the current 27-inch Studio Display, which lacks ProMotion and HDR, but these are both features that would be beneficial to an iMac Pro user. Apple has added those features to its other Pro devices–iPhone, iPad, MacBook, we’d like to see them here too.

To get an idea of what we could expect with the display in the larger iMac if Apple takes it beyond the Studio Display we can look at how it compares to Apple’s Pro Display XDR.

  • Pro Display XDR: 6K Retina display (6,016-by-3,384 resolution), 1,000 nits (XDR) or 500 nits (SDR) brightness, wide color (P3), True Tone
  • Studio Display: 5K Retina display (5,120-by-2,880 resolution), 600 nits, wide color (P3), True Tone

The upcoming larger iMac is likely to have smaller bezels than the 27-inch iMac and iMac Pro, which could help the display reach a higher pixel density without having to make the display much bigger. A rumor by Ross Young in October 2021 and a follow-up report in December 2021 claimed that Apple will bring a Liquid Retina XDR display with “around 1,000 zones and over 4,000 mini-LEDs” to the iMac. That would be fewer than the 10,000 mini-LEDs in the iPad and the 8,000 mini-LEDs in the MacBook Pro, though it would likely be visually indistinguishable due to the size and viewing distance.

The 27-inch iMac has a nano-texture glass option (right) that does a better job of resisting glare and reflections.


The 27-inch iMac used to ship with standard glass on the front of the display, but (for $300) Apple offered a nano-texture glass that provided a matte-like finish and did a good job of cutting down glare. Apple will probably continue to offer this with the new iMac Pro. As you can see above, it dramatically cuts down on the gloss and glare.

27-inch iMac Pro: Processor

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported back in January 2022 that the iMac Pro would have “similar chips to the M1 Pro and M1 Max processors inside of the MacBook Pro.” That rumor came before the launch of the Mac Studio, which did ship with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, so it seems likely that Gurman’s source was referring to that machine.

Now that there are M2 Pro and M2 Max chips available in the MacBook Pro (and the Mac mini has gained an M2 Pro) will the iMac Pro ship with M2 Pro and M2 Max? There are rumors suggesting that this won’t be the case: reports suggest that the next iMac will ship with M3 chips. Gurman has repeatedly claimed that Apple will bypass the M2 and move straight to the M3 chip for the next generation of the 24-inch iMac and it is possible that the iMac Pro will also make the same leap, although there are no recent rumors about what chip will be used.

It’s also not clear what chips will be used in the new Mac Studio, which is still shipping with M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips. There is some confusion about how Apple will differentiate the Mac Studio and Mac Pro if the new Mac Pro also ships with Max and Ultra chips, just like the Mac Studio. Perhaps the iMac Pro will only offer the Pro chips, leaving the Max for the Mac Studio and the Ultra for the Mac Pro.

27-inch iMac Pro: Graphics

Assuming that the iMac Pro shipped with an M2 Pro chip, we could expect up to 19-core GPUs. If Apple does use the M2 Max in a new iMac Pro we could see up to 38‑core GPUs. We have reviewed the MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and found that “the M2 Pro MacBook Pro has some serious GPU power.

27-inch iMac Pro: RAM

The M2 Pro can support up to 32GB RAM while the M2 Max can support up to 96GB Unified Memory. This is less than the 128GB RAM that was supported by the 27-inch iMac. This could be a disappointment to users.

One limitation of Apple’s RAM is that it will not be user upgradable. The 27-inch iMac had RAM slots that were user-accessible. With Apple silicon RAM – properly called Unified Memory – is built into the SoC, so it is not user upgradable.

However, Apple offers up to 128GB with the M1 Ultra in the Mac Studio, so it is possible that there will be an adequate RAM allocation in the iMac Pro.

27-inch iMac Pro: Storage

Dylan’s October 2021 tweet also suggested that there will be 512GB storage as standard with the new iMac (Pro).

That would be an improvement on the 256GB offered by the entry-level 27in iMac prior to it being retired. But it would follow the pattern of the 16-inch MacBook Pro which has 512GB and 1TB options for the standard machines (and 8TB as a build-to-order option).

27-inch iMac Pro: Ports and expansion

The 24-inch iMac comes with two USB 3 ports, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, and a headphone jack. After Apple launched the MacBook Pro with HDMI and an SDXC card slot, rumors suggested the iMac would follow suit. The thin enclosure could be an issue, but Apple solved that issue on the 24-inch model by putting the headphone jack on the side. Apple could position the SD slot similarly to avoid making the iMac thicker. W

For all but the entry-level 24-inch iMac, Apple placed the ethernet port in the power adapter brick. The same power adapter is likely to be used for the larger iMac as well.

The ethernet-equipped power adapter will probably be standard with the larger iMac Pro.


27-inch iMac Pro: Other features

The 24-inch iMac has an improved FaceTime camera that uses the M1’s ISP to provide better image quality. That same FaceTime camera implementation is expected for the larger iMac Pro as well.

We’d like to see the camera also support Face ID.  True Depth references were spotted in macOS Big Sur indicating that this was something Apple had looked at. However, no Mac has yet arrived with support for Face ID. If it doesn’t have Face ID, the new iMac will have Touch ID built into the keyboard, that being offered with the 24-inch iMac and the Touch ID keyboards.

27-inch iMac Pro: Price

As for the price, it will likely fall in line with the pricing of the 27-inch iMac, which started at $1,799 since Apple kept similar pricing to the 21.5-inch iMac when it launched the 24-inch model. It’s also possible that the price will be a bit higher, perhaps starting at over $2,000, which would be more in line with Apple’s price increase for the higher-end MacBook Pro.

A higher price is likely outside the U.S. where Apple has been increasing prices in line with the exchange rates.

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Release date iMac 2023, price in Russia in rubles

  • When it comes out in the world – 15 Sep 2023
  • When it comes out in Russia – 15 Sep 2023


Users love the

iMac for its simplicity and convenience, as well as the speed and efficiency of the system. In 2023, Apple will again touch computers, it is likely that there will be some kind of explosive feature that Apple will keep under wraps until the end.

iMac release date 2023

The new Apple model will be shown at a presentation in the summer or fall of 2023. In Russia, you can expect a new device a month after the presentation, and in foreign countries it will appear a little earlier.

What’s new in iMac 2023


iMac 2023 promises a lot of surprises. One of the main ones will be an additional pro line, as in most products now. Also in the new iMac will be an improved processor, a new screen, a security update, a small redesign.


It is not yet known exactly which processor the devices will run on. It’s not at all clear what to expect from the new iMac, as some insiders claim that a pro version will appear, which will turn everything upside down. Most likely, Apple will not change its new traditions and will release two processors. One is completely new, and the other is improved, but based on the old chip. In the 2023 model, the M3 chip will already be installed. Thanks to the new processor, system performance and efficiency will be significantly increased.

Apple does not plan to transfer monoblocks to M2, they will receive already accelerated M3 chips.


The next item to get an update is the iMac screen. According to the information that has already been received from Mark Gurman, in 2023, lovers of a practical and powerful monoblock will be very pleased with the presentation. It is reported that after the update in the 2022 iMac line, when the 27-inch all-in-one received a noticeable upgrade, the company will take on the update of the 24-inch line and introduce an update to the iMac Pro, which, according to the source, will receive as much as 32 inches.

Security system

The next small innovation will affect the security system. Apple will refine it a little, which will allow you to protect your personal data even better.


There will be no special changes related to the design. Perhaps Apple will decide to add new colors, as some sources say, but most likely Apple will simply fit the iMac to its future apple products. This means a thinner design, smaller bezels and sharper corners.

Pictured is a 2021 24-inch iMac.


The current model has a choice of 7 or 8 core GPU. With the additional installation of RAM (up to 16 GB) and SSD up to 2 TB, working with video is greatly simplified.

But in the new 2023 lineup with a new processor, the Media Engine will further improve video performance.

Release date for all iMac models

A series of monoblocks, in the case of which all system nodes are assembled, dates back to 1998. During this time, powerful computers have won millions of fans.

in production

Generation Processor Issue date Release stop
iMac G3 PowerPC G3 08/15/1998 March 2003
iMac G4 PowerPC G4 01/07/2002 July 2004
iMac G5 PowerPC G5 08/31/2004 March 2006
Polycarbonate Intel iMac Intel Core Duo/Core 2 Duo 01/10/2006 August 2007
Aluminum iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 7.08.2007 October 2009
Unibody iMac Intel Core 2 Duo/i3/i5/i7 20. 10.2009 October 2012
Slim Unibody iMac Intel Core i5/i7 November 2012 21.5”

December 2012 27”

October 2015 27”

October 2021 21.5”

Retina iMac Intel Core i3/i5/i7/i9 October 2014
April 2015
April 2021

March 2022

iMac (Apple silicon) Apple M1 20.04.2021

What is known about the new iMac: processor, screen size and release date At one time, this monoblock made noise with its appearance. It was the first iMac in black with similar accessories. And in March 2022, the company discontinued the 27-inch

iMac with Intel processors. Thus, in the line of monoblocks Apple , only the version with processor M1 and a 24-inch screen remained. At the moment, it turns out that Cupertino no longer produces iMac with larger screens and more efficient chips than M1 .

Many users have switched to laptops, but some do not need portability and mobility at all. Therefore, iMac is still popular.


But it seems that in Apple heard their users who want bigger and more powerful monoblocks. The first news about the company’s plans to release iMac on M3 processors began to appear. This material has collected everything that is known about future updates.

2023 iMac

A lot of users are waiting for the new version of iMac Pro. High performance, large screen and no wires do the trick.

Apple’s desktop lineup right now consists of the iMac 24 , Mac Mini , Mac Pro , and Mac Studio . By connecting the latter to the Studio Display , you can achieve the same effect as before using the iMac Pro . You get a powerful solution with a very high-quality professional screen. But for many, such a solution is not as convenient as the old iMac Pro , for the installation of which it was enough just to plug it in and that’s it. No extra wires.

According to one of the leading insiders of Bloomberg Mark Gurman , Apple is developing an updated iMac 24 with a standard M3 chip and a high-performance version with a large screen, presumably on the processors M3 Pro and M3 Max . In his opinion, the combination of Mac Studio or Mac Mini with Studio Display does not replace the iMac Pro for users, and the market niche remains empty. It would be very interesting to know the diagonal of the screen of the future iMac Pro . Apple clearly has no plans to go back to the old 27-inch model. Most likely, it will fit the size of Pro Display XDR 32 inches. In this case, there will be a great many buyers for the new candy bar.


ARE COMING OUT THERE What you should pay attention to is the processors that are predicted in new computers. Chipset Series M3 is not expected to be on the market until 2023 at the earliest. Moreover, as usual, the usual M3 will be presented first, and after some time – M3 Pro and M3 Max . Therefore, you will have to wait for new monoblocks in the standard version no earlier than mid-2023, and the productive version with a large screen no earlier than the end of 2023.

The same Mark Gurman reports that Apple does not plan new monoblocks in with chip M2 . It is supposed to transfer to new processors only all lines of laptops, Mac Mini and Mac Pro . So users waiting for the new iMac with something more powerful than the M1 will have to wait until at least mid-2023.

iMac 24 on M1

Thin edges, large selection of colors, white frame around the screen. The appearance of the iMac 24 is truly impressive.

If you have already decided that you need iMac , and waiting so long is not at all handy, then you can look at iMac 24 on processor M1 . This is a fairly productive and elegant solution with a large selection of colors and configurations.

Up to 16 GB RAM, up to 2 TB SSD and two processor options:

  • 8-core CPU with 7-core GPU.
  • 8-core processor with 8-core graphics processor.

Unfortunately, the standard version of the M1 chip does not support the Media Engine , which allows you to work with video with greater performance.