April 13, 2024

Apple’s redesigned MacBook Pro with the next gen in-house chips is expected to arrive early this summer

Performance of Apple M1 chips Exceeded our expectations And by 2020 we have transformed the MacBook Air into the laptop we have used for years (even this one) The redesigned Imag did wonders). So this is not so surprising Bloomberg News This morning, Apple is preparing the entire slate of the Max using the next gen versions of the in-chips. The details are very promising.

The story comes from trusted Apple-viewer Mark Kurman, who says the company is preparing to release the redesigned MacBook Pro in 14-inch and 16-inch screen sizes “early this summer.” Not only do the engines have a redesigned chassis, they also bring back the beloved magnetic Maxoff charger (although not clearly visible in any form) and previously excluded inputs such as the HDMI port and SD card slot.

Return of the SD slot to the MacBook Pro – first Rumor has it in January – Would be very welcome for many professionals who use the port to quickly transfer videos and pictures from the SD cards of the cameras. Although we have seen reports that MagSafe may be The MacBook returns to the climb, We don’t know if the MacBook Pro will get it.

After the launch of the new MacBook Pros, Kurman says that Apple plans to release the “updated MacBook Air, the new low-cost MacBook Pro and the all-new MacBo workstation.” According to Kourman’s anonymous sources, the new chips, a high-end Mac Mini and a large iMac, all boast that they “will greatly outperform the performance and capabilities of the current M1 chips.”

The chips for the MacBook Pro are said to come in two variants, codenamed “Jade C-Chop” and “Jade C-Die”. Compared to the M1 chips – which have four high-performance cores, four energy-efficient cores and eight graphics cores – the new designs will have eight high-performance cores, two power-capable cores and 16 or 32 graphics cores. Bloomberg It claims to have an updated neural engine for machine learning tasks and supports 64 gigabytes of memory compared to the current 16 gigabytes for the M1.

None of this is particularly shocking. We all expect the next generation of Apple’s in – chips to be “always better” (they always are, every year, in line with Apple’s marketing spell), but it’s even better to hear that Apple is making such a wide range – a modification of its Mac lineup. The M1 chip breathes new life into Apple’s computers, what can the M2 do next?