The M2 family of CPUs will be used in the next generation of Apple MacBooks, which is already known. Mark Gurman, a reputable expert, has recently revealed even more data about the first gadgets that include M2 processors.
These processors are presently being tested with third-party programmes on the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro machines, according to his claim.
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According to Gurman, the standard M2 processor will be used in the forthcoming MacBook Air, which will have 8 CPU cores and 10 GPU cores, up from the M1’s 8 core GPU. The M2 MacBook Air will have the same processor as the basic MacBook Pro with an undisclosed screen size.
However, the higher-end M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs will be used in the 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pros. The CPU/GPU specifics for the M2 Pro are unknown, while the M2 Max is believed to include a 12-core CPU and a massive 38-core GPU.
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Apple is also working on a Mac Mini and a Mac Pro, both of which will have the M2 Pro and M2 Max SoCs. The Mac Pro will also be available in a more powerful version with the M2 Ultra processor or the M2 Extreme, which is likely to be a combination of two M2 Ultra chips.
According to rumours, further information regarding Apple’s future M2 hardware will be revealed during the WWDC event in June.