Apple has clearly nailed the first part of its transition process, which was to launch its first-ever products that are powered by its own Silicon processors. But creating silicon processors for light products like the MacBook Air was never a problem for Apple since it was already quite ahead of the game, which includes its A series chipsets for iPhones.
Now, Apple is looking forward to launching its next series of chipsets, as early as Spring 2021 as reported by Bloomberg. These will appear on the next lineup of MacBook Pro and iMac throughout the next year. What’s fascinating is that Apple is also working on a “half-sized” Mac Pro that will have 30 high-performance cores.
The report only talks about high-performance core and not other cores like the high-efficiency ones that we saw on the M1 chip. So Apple might include them as well. Future high-end laptops will have 16 or 32 cores. The highest-end machines will include graphics components with 64 and 128 dedicated cores that would be “several times faster than the current graphics modules Apple uses from Nvidia and AMD.”
It is quite interesting to see how Apple will move to ahead with expandability options for high end users and whether or not it will once again feature the tower design for its Mac Pro.
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