M3 is expected late this year or in early 2024
In brief: Apple has rejuvenated its 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros with the M2 Pro and M2 Max processors, its latest homegrown silicon. MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro can be configured with either a 10-core or 12-core CPU for up to 20 percent more performance over the M1 Pro and up to 32GB of unified memory with 200GB/s of bandwidth. Buyers can also opt for a 19-core GPU that's said to deliver up to 30 percent more graphics performance alongside a neural engine that's 40 percent faster than before.
An all-in-one cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth chip is reportedly in development at Apple
Boost your Apple M1 or M2 workspace from two displays to five
In a nutshell: The next version of Apple's high-end Mac Pro is expected to be the first to feature Apple Silicon. Apple insider Mark Gurman believes the Mac Pro could be offered with multiple chip options that are at least two to four times as powerful as the M2 Max and has affectionately dubbed them the M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme. These chips are said to feature 24 and 48 CPU cores, respectively, alongside 76 and 152 graphics cores, and up to 256 gigabytes of system memory.
Apple's redesigned MacBook Air arrives later this month
A 6.7" non-pro iPhone 14, M3, new Apple Watches, and more
It'll ship early starting June 23
Impressive increase in GPU scores
Apple M2 Pro expected to utilize TSMC's 3nm process node
After many years, Apple is giving would-be Mac gamers a glimmer of hope
The first Mac to feature the new M2 SoC
Researchers say it isn't too serious, yet
It even runs natively on Apple silicon now
Now in public alpha
Apple Silicon hasn't scaled up to where it can beat Nvidia's flagship consumer GPU
How about a souped-up M1 instead?
High price, high performance
Say hello to the Cheese Grater mini
One of the new models could break cover this spring