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A 64-core Mac Pro next year?

A 64-core Mac Pro next year?

While we learn that Apple is slowly trying to clean its iMac Pro stocks, a new Mac Pro equipped with Apple Silicon could make its debut in 2022. The rumor comes from @LeaksApplePro, which claims that at least three Mac Pro configurations will arrive next year with Arm-based SoCs that combine performance and efficiency cores, just like the M1.

The advertised prices may seem high, but remember that a Mac Pro in Xeon can go much higher than that in the price list. The real information here would be Apple’s arrival on high-performance SoCs, much faster than the apple company had announced itself. Given the success of the M1 SoC, we can certainly expect its internal chips to start appearing in more Macs soon enough. It is likely that the rise of Apple Silicon solutions will enable more and more products to be equipped. mac pro But the specifications announced here should be taken with great caution. The distribution of performance/low power cores raises questions about such systems. Finally, the schedule is surprising because for the moment between the M1 of the Macbook Air and Co. and this leak… there is nothing. No one doubts Apple’s willingness and means to switch its entire range, but we’re already at the dawn of the second quarter of 2021 and we haven’t yet been able to see anything but solutions for MacBook and MacMini… Before the end of 2021, logically we could see the iMacs in Apple Silicon. And if the noise from TSMC is true, 3nm SoCs could arrive earlier than expected for the apple…

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