These Devices will Get Apple’s Next Generation Hardware

These Devices will Get Apple’s Next Generation Hardware

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.

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