Highlights: According to Bloomberg, Apple MacBook 2022 line-ups are being tested by the company with third-party apps. The range includes MacBook Air M2, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, etc.,
The M1 Ultra chip, which debuted with the Mac Studio and Studio Display, was recently released by Apple. The M1 Ultra is Apple’s fourth and last M1 chip, following the M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max. Apple is rumoured to be releasing a new M-series chip generation. At least four additional varieties of the M2 are expected, including the vanilla M2, M2 Pro, M2 Max, and M2 Ultra. These new chipsets will be available in a variety of Mac models later this year.
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has discovered some critical data about the upcoming MacBook laptops that are being tested using Apple’s M2 processors. Take a look at the Apple Mac and MacBook computers that are expected to ship with an M2 processor.
Apple MacBook Air, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro with M2 Chip internal testing started:
Later this year, Apple is likely to release at least nine Macs featuring the new M2 chip. The new Apple MacBook Air M2 is one of the items on the list. These computers are purportedly being tested with third-party software from Apple’s App Store. According to Bloomberg, the move is a critical milestone in the development process, indicating that the new computers could be released in the coming months.
The MacBook Air, codenamed J413, is believed to be the first model to use the M2 series chip. It will contain eight CPU cores and ten graphics cores. The Mac mini is another Mac system that is being developed with the next-generation processor. It will have the same chip characteristics as the Air model and will be codenamed J473. The Mac mini, codenamed J474, is also being tested with an M2 Pro chip.
The base MacBook Pro, codenamed J493, will also come with an M2 processor. M2 Pro and M2 Max chips will be included in the 14-inch MacBook Pro. The M2 Max features two CPU cores and 38 graphics cores, up from the existing model’s ten CPU cores and 32 graphics cores. It will also be capable of 64GB of RAM.
The M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs will be used in the top-end 16-inch MacBook Pro. J416 is the codename for it. Finally, an M1 Ultra chip is being tested in the Mac Pro, called J180.
The M2 MacBook Air, M2 MacBook Pro with a 13-inch display, and the Mac mini are among the products that will be released later this year.