Regarding the next generation of Apple Silicon chips, the current rumors are divided. Some people call M1’s successor M1X, and some call M2. The latest gossip said that Apple is developing two chips, M1X and M2, and the M2 chip is expected to be equipped in the upcoming 2022 MacBook Air.
The tipster Dylan said that Apple’s MacBook Pro and Mac Mini will be available in the fourth quarter of this year, and these two devices will be equipped with M1X chips. According to the details previously disclosed, M1X will be equipped with 10 cores, of which 8 cores are responsible for high-performance computing, and the remaining 2 will focus on low power consumption.
As far as the M2 chip is concerned, it is just an improved version of the M1 chip. The chip will have 8 CPU cores, in addition to 9 or 10 graphics cores, the graphics cores equipped in the MacBook Pro may be reduced to 7-8. However, the previous report did mention that in the new chipset, the processor core will run faster, which means that Apple can make the performance core on the M2 run at a higher frequency, but there is no clear information yet.
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Dylandkt wrote in a tweet: I just want to share some details about when to look forward to the next generation of M2 (not the M1X reserved for Pro Mac devices). This processor is expected to compete with the upcoming color Macbook (Air) in the first half of 2022. ) Publish together.
The tweet also mentioned that the new MacBook Air will be launched in the first half of next year, and it is estimated that there will be a wealth of colors for users to choose from. The new version may also arrive in the form of a lighter body, MagSafe charging port and several USB 4 ports.
According to reports, since the new MacBook Pro models will be equipped with Mini LED screens, Apple may also use advanced display technology on the MacBook Air in 2022, but this has not been confirmed at this stage.
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