Apple is apparently currently testing its upcoming 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with the as yet unreleased M2 Max processor. So far, Apple has released the new MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 processor, which is quite outdated in terms of design. The M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets are the logical next steps in the Apple notebooks. A later coming M2 Ultra is likely to be the next Macstudio drive.
Apple MacBook Pro 14 M2 Max on Geekbench
Two new tests on the benchmark service Geekbench now show a MacBook Pro with an M2 Max processor and, interestingly, 96 GB of RAM. So far, Apple has set the limit at a maximum of 64 GB of RAM, but that now seems to be over. The M2 Max processor has 12 cores running at a maximum of 3.54 GHz. That’s two cores and 320MHz more than the M1 Pro in current-gen MacBook Pro laptops. The listed L1 and L2 cache sizes are the same.
Apple MacBook Air 13 M2 / MacBook Pro 14 M1 Pro
Apple actually wanted to introduce the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M2 processors in the fall. Thanks to the ongoing global chip crisis, current rumors are now more likely to go from March to April 2023.
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