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New ‘M1 Pro’ And ‘M1 Max’ Chips Appear In Developer Logs

No more than a few hours, until the release of Apple’s new and much-awaited redesigned 14 and 16 inch MacBook Pro’s new evidence have surfaced claiming that Apple might be calling the powerful chips that power the upcoming Mac devices “M1 Pro” and “M1 Max”.

These much-awaited MacBook Pro’s will get their power from the next generation of Apple Silicon that will feature more than 10 CPU cores encompassing eight high-performance and two energy-efficient cores. If we talk about graphics, Apple it is expected that Apple will include two main variations of its powerful upcoming chips i.e; 16 and 32 GPU Cores.

In the past few months, there has been an ongoing debate as to what will Apple’s next-generation Mac silicon be called. Some have speculated that it might be called “M1X”, while others have suggested that it will be called “M2” which will mean that it has significantly more performance than the “M1”.

If we see the pattern in the past we will see that Apple has added “X” and “Z” to its chips names in order to present their upgraded versions of baseline chips. For example, in the 2018 iPad Pro, Apple labeled the chip “A12X,” which was based on the A12 chip for iPhone XS.

It is expected from the tech giant to launch the new MacBook on its today’s event called “Unleashed.” Along with the MacBook Pros, Apple might be planning to announce the high-end “Mac Mini” and the much-needed AirPods. According to rumors, Apple will also announce the larger Apple Silicon iMac, although these might just turn out to be rumors. All we have to do is sit tight and wait for a few hours to find out the truth and reality behind all of these rumors.

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