Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch numerous new Apple Mac with an M2 chip later this 12 months, in step with Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman’s power On newsletter. Gurman expects the enterprise to debut a 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, 24-inch iMac, and a redesigned MacBook Air, all equipped with the rumored M2 chip.
Apple has not supplied any hints about the capacity M2 chip, but Gurman thinks its CPU could be slightly quicker than the M1’s, and that it’s going to share the equal 8-core architecture. Its graphics cores, however, may jump from 7, 8 to 9 or 10. Come 2023, Gurman thinks Apple may also launch pro and Max versions of the M2 chip — much like it did for the M1 chip — as well as announce an M3 chip.
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It’s been well over a year since Apple first introduced its very first in-house M1 chip in November 2020, and numerous months considering its M1 pro and M1 Max debut. As Apple keeps to distance itself from Intel silicon, it has some other Macs on tap which can be probably meant to shove any last Intel-powered devices out of its lineup. Gurman expects a bigger iMac pro with M1 pro and M1 Max chip alternatives to replace its current 27-inch iMac pro, along with a smaller Mac Pro that comes with the equal of either two or 4 M1 Max chips. And at the same time as the Mac Mini already comes with an M1 chip, Gurman expects it to get an upgraded M1 pro option (further to an M2 variation).
As a long way as a timeline goes, Gurman says Apple will launch new Apple Macs in March, then in May or June. Apple is already tipped to unveil a 5G iPhone SE, 5G iPad Air, and potentially one new Mac at a rumored March 8th occasion. It’s also set to roll out iOS 15.4, which comes with a face mask-friendly Face id, in March as properly. An iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 aren’t expected until later this year.