Apple 9 new Macs are exposed: The performance of M2 with 8 CPU and 10 GPU cores soaring
Apple 9 new Macs are exposed: The performance of M2 with 8 CPU and 10 GPU cores soaring.
According to the latest news from foreign media, Apple is testing a new generation of M2 chips, and at least nine new Macs are tested.
It is reported that these products are equipped with four different specifications of processor chips based on M2, and Apple is gradually replacing Intel chips with self-developed processor chips, and currently hopes to gain further advantages through more advanced product lines.
From the exposure details, the tested M2 and Mac computer information is as follows:
- The MacBook Air, code-named J413, is equipped with an M2 chip, including 8 CPU cores and 10 display cores. By comparison, the MacBook Air currently on sale has 8 graphics cores
- The Mac mini, code-named J473, is equipped with an M2 chip with the same chip parameters as the above MacBook Air. There is also a test Mac mini equipped with the M2 Pro chip, codenamed J474
- The entry-level MacBook Pro, code-named J493, is equipped with an M2 chip, and the chip parameters are the same as the above MacBook Air.
- The 14-inch MacBook Pro, code-named J414, is powered by the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. The M2 Max chip has 12 CPU cores and 38 display cores, compared to the 10 CPU cores and 32 display cores of the current model on sale. In addition, this computer is also equipped with 64GB of memory.
- The 16-inch MacBook Pro, code-named J416, is powered by the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. The M2 Max chip parameters of this MacBook Pro are the same as the 14-inch MacBook Pro.
- The Mac Pro, code-named J180, is powered by an upgrade from the M1 Ultra used in Mac Studio.
According to previous reports, the new MacBook Air, entry-level MacBook Pro and new Mac mini are planned to be released as early as this year, and at least two Mac computers are planned to be released around the middle of this year.