IT House News on July 17th, after the release of M2 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, Gruman expects Apple will still launch multiple M2 Macs from 2022 to 2023.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman said in his Power On current affairs communication that Apple's internal goal was to launch MacBook Pro equipped with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips in the fall of this fall.
Gurman said that 14 -inch and 16 -inch MacBook Pro equipped with more powerful M2 series processors have been developed. He said that the overall design and functions of these machines "may remain unchanged" because Apple has just redesigned MacBook Pro, including more interfaces, Magsafe chargers, better display and improved network cameras.
In addition, the new 14 -inch and 16 -inch MacBook Pro is expected to be equipped with new chips, M2 Pro and M2 Max processors. They are iterations of M1 Pro and M1 Max chips last year. Gurman's expectations for M2 Pro and M2 Max version of MacBook Pro are: "Put most of them in graphics, just like standard M2."
IT House learned that the MacBook Pro benchmark test equipped with M2 chip showed that its single -core performance increased by about 11.56%compared to the M1 chip, and the multi -core performance increased by about 19.45%, but it was lacking in graphic support.
In this case, Gurman believes that M2 Pro and M2 Max will focus on graphics, which may be very useful for professional users who need to perform higher requirements for video editing and programming.
In the end, Gurman predicts that the M2 Pro and M2 Max version of MacBook Pro may be launched between 2022 to the spring of 2023, but he said that "in view of the continuous supply chain challenge, it is difficult to accurately predict when these products will be released."