The M2 processor family will be utilised in Apple’s next generation of MacBooks, which has previously been announced. Mark Gurman, a well-known specialist, has provided considerably additional information reg arding the first M2 processor-equipped devices.
According to him, these chips are now being tested with third-party software on the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro computers.
The standard M2 processor, according to Gurman, will be utilised in the next MacBook Air, which will feature 8 CPU cores and 10 GPU cores, up from the M1’s 8 core GPU. The M2 MacBook Air will feature the same CPU as the basic MacBook Pro and a screen size that has yet to be determined.
The 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pros, on the other hand, will feature the higher-end M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs. The M2 Pro’s CPU and GPU specifications are unclear, while the M2 Max is expected to include a 12-core CPU and a monstrous 38-core GPU.
Apple is also developing a Mac Mini and a Mac Pro that will have the M2 Pro and M2 Max SoCs. The M2 Ultra CPU or the M2 Extreme, which is expected to be a mix of two M2 Ultra processors, will be offered in a more powerful version of the Mac Pro.
More details on Apple’s forthcoming M2 hardware is expected to be unveiled at the WWDC event in June, according to rumours.