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Apple Said to Be Working on somewhere around 9 New Mac Models With Next-Generation M2 Chips

Apple Said to Be Working on somewhere around 9 New Mac Models With Next-Generation M2 Chips

The M2 chip is Apple's most recent endeavor to push the limits of PC handling after a split with Intel lately.


Macintosh has begun boundless interior testing of a few new Mac models with cutting edge M2 chips, as per designer logs, part of its push to make all the more impressive PCs utilizing local processors.

The organization is trying somewhere around nine new Macs with four unique M2-based chips - the replacements to the ongoing M1 line - with outsider applications in its App Store, as per the logs, which were confirmed by individuals acquainted with the matter. The move is a key stage in the advancement cycle, recommending that the new machines might be approaching delivery before long.

The M2 chip is Apple's most recent endeavor to push the limits of PC handling after a split with Intel Corp. as of late. Apple has slowly supplanted Intel chips with its own silicon, and presently hopes to make further gains with a further developed line.

Following quite a while of slow development, the Mac PC division partook in a resurgence the beyond two years, helped to some extent by work space laborers purchasing new gear. The business produced $35.2 billion (generally Rs. 2,69,570 crore) in deals the past monetary year, around 10% of Apple's aggregate.

Despite the fact that testing is far along at times, there are no ensures that every one of the models will at last be delivered. A representative for Cupertino, California-put together Apple declined to remark with respect to the plans.

The new machines being tried include:
  • A MacBook Air with a M2 chip, codenamed J413. This Mac will have eight CPU centers, the parts that handle the primary handling, and 10 centers for illustrations. That is up from eight illustrations centers in the ongoing MacBook Air.
  • A Mac scaled down with a M2 chip, codenamed J473. This machine will have similar determinations as the MacBook Air. There's likewise an "M2 Pro" variety, codenamed J474, in testing.
  • A passage level MacBook Pro with a M2 chip, codenamed J493. This also will have similar details as the MacBook Air.
  • A 14-inch MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and "M2 Max" chips, codenamed J414. The M2 Max chip has 12 CPU centers and 38 designs centers, up from 10 CPU centers and 32 illustrations centers in the ongoing model, as per the logs. It will likewise have 64 gigabytes of memory.
  • A 16-inch MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, codenamed J416. The 16-inch MacBook Pro's M2 Max will have similar determinations as the 14-inch MacBook Pro form.
  • A Mac Pro, codenamed J180. This machine will incorporate a replacement to the M1 Ultra chip utilized in the Mac Studio PC.
  • Macintosh is likewise trying a Mac small scale with a M1 Pro chip, a similar processor utilized in the section level 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros today. That machine is codenamed J374. The organization has tried a M1 Max variant of the Mac smaller than normal also, however the new Mac Studio might make these machines excess.
  • The new MacBook Air, low-end MacBook Pro and new Mac smaller than expected are booked to make a big appearance as soon as this year, with no less than two Macs made arrangements for send off around the center of the year, Bloomberg has recently announced. The new MacBook Air is bound to be the item's greatest upgrade in its set of experiences, adding a more slender casing and MagSafe charging.

Logs kept up with by designers have precisely anticipated determinations of forthcoming Macs previously. Last year, logs uncovered that the MacBook Pro chips would be named the M1 Pro and M1 Max.

Macintosh hasn't refreshed the MacBook Air, Mac smaller than expected or the passage level MacBook Pro since it sent off the first M1 chip in November 2020. Nonetheless, the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros went on special all the more as of late, in October of a year ago.

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