Apple’s M3 Chip-Powered iMac And Other Products To Launch In 2023?

We just saw Apple launching its new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 chip and we’re already hearing about the “development” of M3 chips by the tech giant. According to a report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the Cupertino, California-based iPhone maker is already working on an M3 chip destined for a future iMac and other products. However, the report does not mention further details of the purported M3 chip that we can expect in the future.

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The tech giant is mulling expanding its lineup of laptops powered by new and speedier proprietary chipsets in 2023, with an aim to capture a bigger share of the market, people with knowledge of the matter were quoted as saying in the Bloomberg report.

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What we have known about the M3 chips is that Apple is developing the next several iterations of its M-series Apple silicon chips. One of the upcoming future silicon chips coming in 2023 is likely to be called the “M3” chip and it may use the updated TSMC chip manufacturing technology.

Meanwhile, Apple, at its WWDC annual event, announced the new MacBook Air alongside a 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 chip. The tech giant also announced the India prices of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. The India price of the Apple MacBook Air with M2 chip has been set at Rs 119,900 and Rs 109,900 for education while the India price of the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro with M2 chip has been set at Rs 129,900 and Rs 119,900 for education. Apple has set the price of the 35W Dual USB-C Port Power Adapter at Rs 5,800.

“We’re so excited to bring our new M2 chip to the world’s two most popular laptops — the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro,” Greg Joswiak, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, had said in a statement.

The system-on-a-chip design of M2 chip is built using enhanced, second-generation 5nm technology, and consists of 20 billion transistors which is 25 per cent more than M1 chip. The additional transistors improve features across the entire chip, including the memory controller that delivers 100GB/s of unified memory bandwidth which is 50 per cent more than M1.

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