Apple is developing a series of Apple silicon processors to power the upgraded MacBook Pro, the new IMAC and the new Mac Pro, which will be launched as early as next year, according to the latest report of the blog. It is reported that apple is developing several follow-up products of the M1 custom chip. The M1 is its first MAC main processor and made its debut in the new Mac Mini, MacBook Air and 13 inch MacBook Pro in November this year. < p > < p > chip engineers at Cupertino, California based technology giant are developing several follow-up products for the M1 custom chip, Apple’s first MAC processor in November. According to people familiar with the matter, if these new self-developed processors perform as expected, they will obviously surpass the performance of the latest machines running Intel chips. As the plans have not yet been made public, the source asked not to be named. < p > < p > Apple’s M1 chip is featured in the new entry-level MacBook Pro laptop, the new Mac Mini desktop and the entire MacBook Air family. The company’s next series of chips is planned to be released as early as the spring, and will be officially released and shipped later in the autumn, which is sure to be built into the upgraded version of MacBook Pro, entry-level and high-end IMAC desktops, and later new Mac Pro workstations, the person said. According to the report, the chips in Apple’s next two production lines are said to be more ambitious than some industry observers expect next year, and apple expects to complete the transition from Intel to its own chips in 2022. The current M1 chip has four high-performance processing cores and four low-power cores. It is reported that apple is designing up to 16 power cores and 4 low-power cores for the next generation of chips for macbook pro and IMAC models. < / P > < p > Apple is also reported to be testing a chip design with up to 32 high-performance cores for high-end desktop computers planned for later 2021, and a new small-size Mac Pro planned for 2022. < / P > < p > in addition, apple is said to be developing more powerful graphics processors, with 16 core and 32 core graphics components and even more powerful custom graphics. < / P > < p > in late 2021 or 2022, Apple may once again push Apple silicon’s graphics cores to 64 and 128, making graphics chips several times faster than the NVIDIA and AMD graphics modules Apple currently uses in its Intel driven hardware. < / P > < p > Apple still has the option to postpone the introduction of more powerful chips and use a lower performance version for next year’s MAC, according to a source for the company. Apple, for example, may choose to release models with only eight or twelve high-performance kernels in the first place, depending on production. According to the report, due to problems in the manufacturing process, chip manufacturers are sometimes forced to provide models with specifications lower than originally planned. Skip to content

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