It looks like Apple will be releasing new Macs with M2 processors soon. Two unreleased Macs, known as “Mac14.6” and “Mac15.4,” have appeared in the Steam Hardware and Software Survey for November, suggesting that Apple is currently experimenting with how well the M2 chips are suited for gaming . About that has first MacRumors reported.
The “Mac14.6” has been spotted in previous Geekbench tests and is believed to be the M2 Max chip, scoring up to 2027 points in single-core and 14888 points in multi-core in one test. The “Mac15 ‘4’ hasn’t been noticed before and may refer to another unreleased M2 Mac model.
Apple is expected to release new versions of the MacBook Pro and Mac Studio in the coming year. The M2 Max chip will be used in the high-end versions of the new MacBook Pro and the entry-level Mac Studio. The base model of the MacBook Pro will probably be equipped with the M2 Pro.
The Mac Pro with Apple Silicon should also come at some point, since the current model is still equipped with an Intel processor. There are also reports of a new version of the Mac mini with an M2 chip inside, so it’s unclear which Macs Apple will launch in the spring. It is not foreseeable whether this will happen again as part of an event or, as was the case recently, only by press release.
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