Apple planning for Future Macs with giant 32-core processors.
The company demonstrated clearly that the first M1 Macs were just the beginner, when Apple introduced its custom processors.
The study says Apple works to replace the M1 that has been launched in MocBook Air, MacBook Pro 13 and Mac Mini in the next generation of its own Mac chips.
Many new chips will go to top-end processors in Intel, and will be reported in a new Mac Pro half-size package for 2022 launch.
Apple runs on a MacBook Pro and iMac chip with up to 16 high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores. In comparison, the new M1 has only four output cores but the same number of efficiency cores. Since the M1 provides an enormous improvement over its Intel predecessors, this next chip could be even more impressive.
Apple will be able to release a chip version with 8 or 12 high-performance cores (both of which would still be an improvement over the M1 and far better than the Intel processors in previous Macs).
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The new Mac Pro can be set up with an Intel Xeon W 28-core processor, but that is not even near the Apple chip in its workshop. Next Mac Pro could contain up to 32 high-performance cores.
A Mac will have such a degree of strength. The new Mac Pro can be set up with an Intel Xeon W 28-core processor, but that is not even near the Apple chip in its workshop.
Apple’s M1 chip is contained in a single package known as a chip system on many computers where the processor and graphic chip are stored separately (SoC).
The efficiency of graphics in future applications developed by Apple. Where the M1 consists of models of either 7- or 8-core processors, both 16-core and 32-core graphics processors can be found inside Apple’s road chart. The company also hopes to introduce 64-core and 128-core Graphics chips in its high-end presses in late 2021 or early 2022 and this marks a remarkable achievement.
Apple’s option to dive Intel and to make its own chips seems to boost everyday with so much strength up its sleeve. It a big leap for Intel and also for Apple , we just have to wait and watch.