The Mac Pro is going to be a real beast. One with an “M2 Extreme” chip with up to 48 cores

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The launch of the first equipment based on the Apple M2 chip has only been the beginning of the renewal of the Mac catalogue. Not only of those that had already appeared with the chip M1 and its variants, but of those that remain to be renewed. Among them the long-awaited is without a doubt the mac pro.

Rumors about this team – which received his last big update in 2019—start to surface, the latest of which casts the Mac Pro as a beast with a M2 chip variant that would have a CPU with up to 48 process cores and with an equally amazing GPU of 152 graphics cores.

Go for the “M2 Ultra” and the “M2 Extreme”

in Bloomberg indicated how these high-end desktop computers will have two variants of the current M2 chip that at the moment he has baptized as the “M2 Ultra” and the “M2 Extreme”.

Thanks to these chips, the Mac Pro will be offered with a chip that will have 24 or 48 cores in its main processor and that in your GPU it will have 76 or 152 graphics cores. The current M2 have 8 CPU cores and 10 GPU cores, which makes clear the power that can be obtained with these “monsters”.

Those chips for the Mac Pro will be “at least twice as powerful as the M2 Max” that haven’t even been announced yet. They will also be accompanied by up to 256 GB of RAM.

Before the Mac Pro, Apple is expected to introduce new versions of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro and a new Mac mini. The first will have M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, while the Mac mini will bet on the same M2 that has appeared with the 2022 MacBook Air.

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