All-new 32-inch iMac in early development, likely to launch before the end of 2024, if ever
Apple’s rumored new super-sized 32-inch iMac still remains in early development, with the machine expected to launch before the end of 2024, if ever, according to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman.
Gurman was the first to suggest that Apple is experimenting with its biggest ever iMac last week, saying that the iPhone maker was working on an all-new iMac with a display measuring in at over 30-inches, in addition to an updated version of its 24-inch Mac, which could launch later this year.
In this week’s edition of his weekly Power On newsletter, Gurman has shared some further details about the rumored large machine, saying that he doesn’t anticipate “such a computer launching before the end of 2024, if not a little later, as development still remains early.”
Gurman claims development of the new 32-inch iMac comes a couple of years after Apple had plans to introduce a larger-sized version of the 24-inch M1 iMac which first launched in 2020.
It is understood that the new 32-inch iMac is being worked on under the secret codename of J434.