Recently, Apple analyst Mark Gurman has shared some details for the first set of devices that we can expect will be utilizing the tech giant’s next-generation M2 chip. Currently, these are being tested with third-party apps. These include a new MacBook Air, several MacBook Pros, a new Mac Mini, and a Mac Pro.
According to sources, the upcoming MacBook Air will feature a standard M2 chipset with 8 CPU cores and 10 GPU cores. Gurman also talks about an entry-level MacBook Pro with the same chipset specs as the MacBook Air. The screen size of this device is not yet specified. The next generation of 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro devices by Apple will be powered by the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. According to the report, the M2 Max will feature 12 CPU cores and 38 GPU cores.
The Cupertino tech giant has also been working on a Mac Mini. This device will reportedly use the M2 Pro chip. Additionally, a new Mac Pro is in the works. It will feature the M2 Max chip, along with an even more powerful chip. This powerful new chip may be called the M2 Ultra or M2 Extreme. It will succeed the Mac Studio’s M1 Ultra chip.