Apple is testing new Macs with a chip that promises better performance than the current M1 chips, with at least nine coming down the pipeline that uses four different M2 chips. These Macs are planned for release in the coming months.
Apple’s new processors appeared
The Apple Macs are computers that are being tested with new chips that are faster and better than the old ones. There are at least nine new Macs in development that use four different M2 chips which are successors to the current M1 chips. These Macs are planned for release in the coming months.
Apple is working on devices with the standard M2, M2 Pro, M2 Max, and M1 Ultra successors, with the following:
- A MacBook Air with an M2 chip with 8-core and 10-core processors GPU Cores.
- A Mac mini with an M2 chip and a variant with an M2 Pro chip.
- An entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 chip.
- A 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro model with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. The M2 Max chip includes a 12-core GPU and a 38-core GPU, along with 64 GB of memory.
- A Mac Pro will include a successor to the M1 Ultra used in Mac Studio.
The Mac computer is the brand of computers from Apple Inc. The major hardware components are designed by Apple, but the designs and final assembly are done by contractors: for instance, North Carolina-based manufacturing company Pegatron is responsible for manufacturing the Mac Pro as well as the iMac and Mac mini; Foxconn, a company mostly known for assembling Apple iPads in China, also manufactures some Macs in Brazil.