Apple is developing new iMac models that will be more powerful and bigger than earlier versions. Apple may soon release an iMac model equipped with the new M3 CPU, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. The size of this model will probably match that of the present 24-inch versions. Additionally, Gurman stated that a new 32-inch iMac is also probably going to debut by 2025.

Gurman noted that a 32-inch IPS LCD screen with 6K resolution and 10-bit colours is anticipated for the 32-inch iMac. Notably, the current versions include 10-bit colours and a 24-inch 4.5K display. Gurman earlier made a suggestion that Apple is working on a bigger iMac with a display greater than 30 inches.

It seems unlikely that the larger model will be released any time soon. Apple may release this model in 2024 or 2025, according to Gurman. On the other hand, the 24-inch iMac powered by the new M3 chip is anticipated to go on sale in 2024. The current 5nm M1 chip will be much outperformed by the 3nm M3.

The forthcoming iPhone 15 series models from Apple are also anticipated to receive additional colour options. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models will be offered in a new "dark blue with grey tone," according to a recent rumour by MacRumours. Additionally, it is anticipated that they will be offered in a "Crimson" colour option.

Regarding the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, additional pink, blue, and green colour variants are probably going to be offered.

Price-wise, according to Apple analyst Jeff Pu (via MacRumours), this year's two Pro models from Apple will cost more than the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max did last year. According to the Apple expert, both of these versions are anticipated to cost more than the existing iPhone 14 Pro Max.