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Apple | Report: MacBook Pro shipments with M2 Pro and M2 Max delayed again | news | macbook


Apple | Report: MacBook Pro shipments with M2 Pro and M2 Max delayed again | news | macbook | macbook pro 2021 top.563691Apple | Report: MacBook Pro shipments with M2 Pro and M2 Max delayed again | news | macbook | macbook pro 2021 top.563691With the release of the first MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″ with an ARM chip at the end of 2021, Apple managed a real coup: both the trade press and users were largely very impressed with the devices. In fact, Cupertino made far-reaching changes: The computers received more connections, a mini LED display that supports a refresh rate of 120 Hertz and a new design. Thanks to the performance of the M1 Pro and M1 Max, the notebooks are far from being old-fashioned, but market observers and users still expect the next generation to be released in autumn 2022. Apparently, Apple could take its time with the next generation.

Release could be further delayed
Apple’s new MacBooks with M2 Pro and M2 Max should follow a new report from DigiTimes according to the beginning of 2023 on the market – but nothing will come of it. The trade journal now claims that the delivery of the upcoming MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″ will be delayed again. However, the report does not give any further details or an approximate release time frame. DigiTimes also does not comment on the reasons for the delayed publication. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman recently said that Apple is planning to launch the devices in the first half of 2023. Cupertino does not make any changes to the design or functions, it is more about careful product maintenance.

M2 Max with up to 96 gigabytes of RAM?
It is questionable whether the M2 Pro and M2 Max will be accompanied by a noticeable improvement in performance. The M2 chip does not represent a major leap in performance compared to the M1 chip, and Gurman also explained that the processors used in the upcoming MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″ will only see marginal improvements. In fact, the first have already appeared benchmarks for the M2 Max: If the information is correct, the chip’s RAM is up to 96 gigabytes. The M1 Max, on the other hand, has to be satisfied with a maximum of 64 gigabytes.

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