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24 Oct, 2022
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Bloomberg insider Mark Gurman in his latest weekly Power On newsletter has reported that Apple plans to introduce several new Macs, including new MacBook Pro, Mac mini and Mac Pro models in the next few months.

Gurman said Apple is working on the first silicon Mac Pro, ramping up internal testing on the device. He believes the Mac Pro desktops will get M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme chips, which are at least two or four times more powerful than the M2 Max. The new processor will have 24 to 48 processor cores, 76 and 152 graphics cores, and with up to 256GB of memory.

Gurman claims that Apple is already testing one Mac Pro configuration based on the new processor. It has 24 processing cores (16 performance and 8 economy), 76 graphics cores and 192GB of memory and runs on macOS Ventura 13.3 operating system.

Gurman also revealed that the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will be available in M2 Pro and M2 Max configurations. The latter will feature 12 CPU cores (eight performance cores and four efficiency cores) and 38 graphics cores, and it also has 64GB of memory.

According to Gurman, the new Mac mini will feature the M2 processor in a configuration similar to the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

Gurman doesn't expect the new generation Mac Pro based on the M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme processors to arrive until 2023, but the upgraded MacBook Pro and Mac mini could be introduced within the coming months.