Apple is working on at least nine different Macs with Next-Generation M2 Chips

Apple’s Macs are as famous worldwide as iPhones, and the company announces new Macs every year that sell in the millions. And this year, Apple will announce its new Macs, which we are eagerly waiting for. And according to the report of Bloomberg, we can get to see an M2 silicon chip in them, and Apple is working on at least nine new Macs.

As per the reliable source, it is related to MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro. We’ve heard rumors about some of these Macs for months.

And according to some sources, the MacBook Air will be redesigned as in the 2021 pro models. We can see these MacBooks on June 6 at Apple’s WWDC event. The new MacBook Air will get a refreshed design with all colors and white screen edges. According to Bloomberg, the laptop will have an M2 chip with a 10-core CPU and 8-core GPU.

This year, Apple may launch two Mac minis with the regular M2 chip and one with the M2 Pro. As expected, Apple is also working on a successor to the MacBook Pro 2021. It comes in both 14-inch and 16-inch models, which can be variants of the M2 Pro configuration and M2 Max chip. The current M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are already potent, so we’re excited to see what Apple has in store for us.

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Via: Apple Insider

Source: Bloomberg

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