After launching the M1-inch 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini last year in November, Apple launched the M1 iMac and M1 iPad Pro this year. But the company is nowhere near being made. Rumor has it that Apple plans to launch more new laptops and desktops and this should come with new designs, faster processors (possibly M2), etc. According to a Bloomberg report, it is expected to upgrade all Mac products including the Mac Pro, Mac, and Mac mini. And while we wait for the official discovery, here’s what we know about these upcoming devices so far.
Bloomberg says Apple is running a 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro encoded J314 and J316. These laptops are expected to come with a redesigned chassis, a MagSafe charger, multiple external device ports, and an HDMI port and SD card slot.
Also, while Apple’s M1 chips are expected to appear on multiple devices, the company is reportedly working on a more powerful chipset for future Macs. Now, the report also says that Apple is planning two different MacBook Pros chips, with codenamed Jade C-Chop and Jade C-Die, both of which are expected to come with eight cores that work well and two cores that work harder and given the basic variations of 16 and 32. These upcoming chipsets can include 64GB of RAM while M1 Macs can get a maximum of 16GB, and with this, an upgraded neural engine is also expected.
Apple is also working on a new version of the Mac Mini with codenamed J374. This is reportedly going to include the same chipset as the MacBook Pro and it is expected that the number of ports will be increased. This model is expected to replace the now-selling Intel-based Mac Mini.
Mac Pro can also be updated. The upcoming Mac Pro is called Jade 2C-Die and Jade 4C-Die and reports are likely to be up to 20 40 and 40 models, made up of 16 high-performance cores or 32 high-performance cores and four to four levels. eight high-efficiency cores and 64 to 128 graphic cores. The new Design-wise Mac Pro is expected to be smaller than the current model.
The M1 MacBook Air is expected to get the perfect construction with many colors and white bezels. We have seen other ways to honor Jon Prosser. Despite being a smaller and simpler model, the new MacBook Air is expected to lose its signature design, replacing it with a more compatible look with MacBook and MacBook Pros. It is also expected to be powered by an M1 chip fan which should be M2. The next chip-gen is made of Statement codenamed and may come with the same number of computing cores as the M1 but with more graphic cores.
Separating from Intel almost completely, it is reported that Apple is preparing to remove the USB Retimer which helps to enable USB-C and Thunderbolt ports on computers.