Gourmet: Apple is working on at least four new Macs with M2 processor variants – 9to5Mac

In its latest release On bulletin,, BloombergMark Gurman talks about the new M2 Macs that he expects Apple to introduce during the cycle of this new processor. With that in mind, the reporter talks about variations of the M2 chip that Apple is likely to introduce in the next few months: Pro, Ultra, Max and Extreme.

According to Gurman, these are the devices and chips we could see on the following Macs:

  • M2 Mac mini.
  • M2 Pro Mac mini.
  • M2 Pro and M2 Max 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro.
  • M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme Mac Pro.

The new Mac mini has been rumored for some time. It is unclear at this time when Apple plans to introduce the next generation or when it will remove its Intel counterpart.

For the next-generation MacBook Pro, it makes sense that Apple will update them with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. As the company has just announced the initial MacBook Pro that looks exactly like the 2020 model, but with the M2 chip inside, Apple will need to update the 14-inch and 16-inch variations that have a new design and more ports in the near future.

Last but not least, Mark Gurman believes the Mac Pro with M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme chips will come in this cycle. It’s important to note that Apple has teased in the past that the company is working on a new Mac Pro, but never said anything else later.

Interestingly, the journalist does not mention the M2 24-inch variation of the iMac. Gourmet, on the other hand, has already reported it Apple is working on an M3 iMacwhich means this product could skip the current generation of chips and get a refresh only later next year.

Which of these new M2 Macs are you excited to see how Apple presents and which ones are you planning to buy? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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