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Gahar, Apple Mac Pro will be powered by an M2 chip with a 48-core CPU



Among the latest Mac computers that Apple is preparing to launch next year, one of them is the Mac Pro variant that will be powered by the Apple M2 chip.

Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman reports that Apple has been testing a high-end desktop version powered by the M2 chipset with a 24-core CPU and 76-core GPU, 192GB of memory.

He predicts Apple will eventually let customers choose between two different chipsets when configuring the Mac Pro. For now, Gurman refers to it as “M2 Ultra” and “M2 Extreme”.


“My belief is that the Mac Pro will be offered with two CPU options 24 core and 48 core, as well as two GPU options 76 core and 152 core, with up to 256 GB of memory,” Gurman wrote in his latest Power On newsletter.

Gurman added, that the chip will be at least two or four times more powerful than the M2 Max processor, putting that number of cores in perspective, the M2 base has 8 CPUs. core dan GPU 10 core.

Meanwhile, the M2 Max processor, which Apple has yet to announce, will likely have a 12-core CPU and a 38-core GPU.

Gurman himself hopes that before the new Mac Pro is launched, Apple will announce the latest versions of the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, as well as the latest Mac mini.


According to him, laptop high-end Apple’s latest will be powered by Apple’s latest M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. While the Mac mini will launch with the same Apple M2 silicon chip used in the 2022 MacBook Air.

Gurman noted Apple has also internally tested the M2 Pro variant of the Mac mini, though he didn’t mention whether Apple plans to release a version of the Mac computer.

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