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Apple's self-developed chips will include 14 and 16 inch MacBook Pro, 24 inch IMAC and Mac Pro

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2020/11/12 3:11:56     readed:690

With the launch this week of a 13-inch MacBook Pro、MacBook Air with self-developed M1 chips and Mac mini new models, apple's transition from intel processors in the Mac is just the beginning. After Tuesday's event, Apple reiterated that the transition to Apple Silicon would take about two years to complete.The company didn't say which of the next Mac will get M series of chips, but the following is the story:


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14 / 16 inch with apple silicon and new designMacBookThe new pro models will be available at the end of the second or third quarter of 2021, and analyst Kuo has previously said the laptops may have mini LED displays.

Earlier this month, mark gurman and Debby Wu of Bloomberg reported that a new 16 inch MacBook Pro with apple silicon is under development, but the report did not provide a release schedule. It is expected that the new 16 inch MacBook Pro with apple silicon and the newly designed MacBook Pro will be launched by the end of the second or third quarter of 2021.

Apple is also likely to launch a new 24 inch M-series chip as early as the end of the fourth quarter of 2020 or the beginning of the first quarter of 2021iMac

Earlier this month, the same news from Bloomberg said Apple was developing a new oneMac ProIts appearance is similar to the current design, but the size is only about half of the current design. It is not clear whether the Mac will replace the current Mac Pro or be released as an additional model.

Apple said at yesterday's press conference that M1 chip has 8-core CPU, up to 8-core GPU, 16 core neural engine, unified memory architecture, and so on. Its system performance can be improved by 3.5 times, graphics performance can be increased by 6 times, machine learning performance can be increased by 15 times, and battery life can be doubled compared with the previous generation of MAC.

The new 13 inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and mac mini are now available on Apple's official website and through the apple store app, with the first mail delivery and in store sales starting on November 17.

The new 13 inch MacBook Pro is priced from $1299, the new MacBook Air is priced at $999, and the new Mac Mini is priced at $699.

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