Apple M2 could bring the chipset to Macs next year and its more powerful successor M2 Pro In 2023, according to a report in the Commercial Times. Both chips are expected to use a 4nm manufacturing process TSMC, The primary chipmaker for Apple. The codename of the M2 chip is statin, while the M2 Pro chip The codename Rhodes is named, the report claims.
Apple is constantly moving away from Intel chipsets and this year it introduced the M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets for its latest. MacBook Pro Models According to previous reports, Apple is expected to ship all new MacBooks with its own chips in a span of two years. But according to the report, the new MacBook Pro and possibly the next iMac, will have to wait until 2023 for launch as they are expected to ship with the M2 Pro chipset.
For the latest M1 series chipsets, the latest MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro and M1 Max implements the system-on-a-chip (SoC) architecture on Pro systems for the first time, with fast integrated memory and increased memory bandwidth for unparalleled performance. , According to Apple.
With a powerful up-to-10-core CPU with eight high-performance cores and two high-performance cores, with an up-to-16-core GPU, the M1 Pro claims to provide up to 70 percent faster CPU performance. GPU performance and 2x faster than M1. The M1 Max has the same powerful 10-core CPU as the M1 Pro and adds a 32-core GPU for 4x faster graphics performance than the M1, Apple claims.
While the Apple M1 chip is built using 5-nanometer processing technology, the M2 will be built using the 4nm process which will make the processor more powerful and efficient. It can help extend the battery life of MacBooks and also reduce the heating issues that devices may face.