According to reports, Apple will release many new M2-powered Macs by next year. At this year’s WWDC, Apple introduced its next-generation Apple M2 CPU, which powers two new MacBook models.
As revealed by Mark Gurman(Bloomberg Journo) Apple intends to release more devices powered by the new M2 processor. Mark Gurman writes in his monthly Power On newsletter that Apple is likely to announce new variants of its current M2 processor in the shape of M2 Pro, Ultra, Max, and Extreme.
It is expected M2 chipset will be infused into Apple’s future AR/MR headset. According to the reports, the newest internal iterations of Apple’s much-anticipated headgear utilize the basic version of the M2 CPU with 16GB of RAM. It will also run RealityOS.
Highlights of M2 chip-
- Apple’s next-generation System on a Chip (SoC) for Macs and iPads is the M2
- One step in Apple’s efforts to move away from Intel CPUs.
- The M2 integrates multiple separate components, including the CPU, GPU, unified memory architecture (RAM), Neural Engine, Secure Enclave, SSD controller, image signal processor, encode/decode engines, Thunderbolt controller with USB 4 compatibility, and more.