Apple To Unveil New Macs Powered By Apple Silicon Chips

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Apple will launch new Macs in 2022, which will be fitted with updated Apple Silicon chips.

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Mac updates in 2022 are expected to include a new Mac mini with an M1 Pro chip, a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 chip that will replace the 2020 model and sit below the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, a Mac mini with an M2 chip.

Others include a 24-inch iMac with an M2 chip, a redesigned MacBook Air with an M2 chip, a larger iMac Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max chip options, and a half-sized Mac Pro, the first with Apple Silicon, with the equivalent of either two or four M1 Max chips.

Gurman also highlighted the expected Macs based on three Apple Silicon lines. This includes a new M2 chip, the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips from 2021, and the super-powered versions of the M1 Max.

The M2 chip is expected to be more powerful and retain the same 8-core CPU design but could increase the GPU up to 9 to 10 cores.

For more information, read the original story in ZDNet.

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