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Apple is said to be working on 9 New Macs with M2 Chip

We all know M-series chips for Mac computer systems and iPads have been pretty successful, and now Apple is reportedly working on the subsequent M-series chip, the Apple M2, to be launched later this year. Now, a report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has stated that the agency is working on 9 new Mac computer systems as a way to feature the M2 chip. This comes after Apple introduced that the Apple M1 Ultra that powers the Mac Studio will be the last M1 chip from the organisation. At least 2 Mac products with an M2 chip are anticipated this year, while the rest of the Macs can also arrive in the subsequent year.

The M2 processor is expected to be the successor to the M1 and bring enhancements in terms of graphics handling. Bloomberg claims to have seen developer logs, corroborated by people aware of the improvement — Apple is trying out at least 9 Mac devices, powered by 4 distinctive M2-primarily based chips, with third-party apps in the App Store. This is part of the chip improvement technique to ensure the working device and the apps are compatible with the brand new chipset. It also suggests that the new machines can be prepared for launch soon.

The new devices being examined consist of:

1. A MacBook Air with an M2 chip codenamed J413. This Mac could have 8 CPU cores, the additives that manage the primary processing, and 10 cores for graphics. That’s up from 8 graphics cores in the present-day MacBook Air.

2. A Mac mini with an M2 chip codenamed J473. This device may have identical specs as the MacBook Air. In testing, there’s also an “M2 Pro” variation, codenamed J474.

3. An entry-level MacBook Pro with an M2 chip codenamed J493. This, too, could have identical specs as the MacBook Air.

4. A 14-inch MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and “M2 Max” chips, codenamed J414. According to the logs, the M2 Max chip has 12 CPU cores and 38 graphics cores, up from 10 CPU cores and 32 graphics cores in the current model. It may even have 64 gigabytes of memory.

5. A 16-inch MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips codenamed J416. The 16-inch MacBook Pro’s M2 Max could have identical specs because of the 14-inch MacBook Pro model.

6. A Mac Pro, codenamed J180. This device will consist of a successor to the M1 Ultra chip used in the Mac Studio computer.

7. Apple is also trying out a Mac mini with an M1 Pro chip, the same processor used in today’s entry-level 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros. That device is codenamed J374. The company has also tested an M1 Max model of the Mac mini. However, the new Mac Studio can also additionally make these machines redundant.

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