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15 May, 2023
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Apple is reportedly testing a new chip, dubbed the M3 Pro, which boasts a 12-core CPU, 18-core GPU, and 36GB of memory.

According to a developer log obtained by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the chip is being tested in a future high-end MacBook Pro running the upcoming macOS 14 update, expected to be announced at WWDC next month.

Gurman believes that the M3 Pro could be the base-level chip for the next-generation 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models launching next year. The chip is expected to be manufactured based on TSMC's 3nm process for significant performance and power efficiency improvements.

Apple is currently working on new iMac, MacBook Air, and low-end MacBook Pro models with the M3 chip, and is expected to release the first Macs with the M3 chip towards the end of this year or early next year. The long-rumored 15-inch MacBook Air is also expected to be released this summer with the M2 chip.