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Apple is working on a 32 Cores CPU

Apple is working on a 32 Cores CPU

That’s the rumour of the day : Apple plans to have a high-end CPU, 32 cores, to “switch” its “desktop” range to Apple Silicon solutions. apple-silicon cpu 32 Cores

Obviously, the hype of the Apple Silicon M1 CPU being stronger than the strongest has got the machine going. But what is it really about?

An Apple 32 Cores CPU not before 2022?

This information is not really surprising since Apple has set itself the road map with a total switchover of its range to home-grown CPUs by 2022. As Bloomberg revealed, Apple is already developing this next high-performance processor to replace the Xeon 28 cores that now powers its top-of-the-line Mac Pro. However, in the meantime, 8- and 12-core variants are expected to arrive in the year 2021. The Apple M1X would thus be composed of 8 high-performance cores (Firestorm) and 4 low-power cores (Thunder). Apple Mac Pro

A step forward on the graphic part too

In addition to increasing the number of cores in its future processors, Bloomberg reports that Apple is also working on chips with more GPU cores. While the current M1 chip is equipped with seven or eight GPU cores, Apple is currently testing 16- and 32-core models and is working on chips with up to 128 cores by the end of 2021 or 2022. The arrival of a dedicated card does not seem to be on the agenda, so the graphics part would still be an integral part of the SoC for Apple. If the rise of Apple Silicon solutions is confirmed, it could accelerate a reshuffle in an industry that has long been dependent on the pace of innovation from Intel and the X86 industry. For Apple, this decision eliminates that dependency, deepens its distinction from the rest of the PC market, and gives it complete control by working but hand in hand between the hardware designers and those responsible for the apple’s OS.

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