If you’re a fan of Apple’s all-in-one desktop computers, you might be in for a treat this month. Apple has sent out invites for a live stream event scheduled for the 30th of October, titled Scary Fast. The event is scheduled to begin at 5PM Pacific Time which is very early morning in Dubai- 4AM on Tuesday.

According to Mark Gurman, one of the most reliable voices in the industry when it comes to Apple’s plans, the company could unveil new iMacs with M3 processors.

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Launching Scary Fast M3 Chips

The M3 chip is the next generation of Apple Silicon. As an upgrade to the M2, it’s expected to offer far superior performance and efficiency, thanks to a 3-nanometer manufacturing process.

The new M3 chip is expected to pack more CPU and CPU cores than the M2. 

iMac Sizes

The new iMacs could come in two sizes: 24-inch and 30-inch. 

The 24-inch model would replace the current M1 iMac, which was launched in April 2021 with a colourful design and a slim profile. The 30-inch model would be an heir to the iMac Pro, which was discontinued earlier this year. 

The new iMacs could also come with a new design, with thinner bezels and a flat back.

Apple has not officially confirmed or denied the rumours of new iMacs, but Gurman has a solid track record of predicting Apple’s moves.

Are New MacBook Pros Coming As Well?

Apple could also announce new MacBook Pros with M3 processors at this event.

All we’ll say is that if you’re looking to purchase a powerful computer, you might want to wait until Apple reveals what it has in store.

Are you excited for the new iMacs to come out?

Jian Bacallan
Jian Bacallan

Technology Content Crafter. Helping you unbox the latest in tech trends, especially with laptops and mobile devices. A PC gaming enthusiast who loves to cook and is currently obsessed with sim games and pizza dough.

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Abbas Jaffar Ali
1 month ago

Seems to be too soon for the new MacBook Pros, no? I bought the M2 MBP just a few months back. The iMac is definitely due for an update.

Mostafa Eltaweel
1 month ago

No news about new iPads? it’s been a while since they released new ones