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The iMac Pro’s turn to leave Intel

The iMac Pro’s turn to leave Intel

The next model of desktop computer, the iMac Pro, will also leave Intel processors to adopt the in-house solution “Apple Silicon” very soon.

the iMac Pro will have a similar design to the iMac presented this year (2021). But it’s obviously inside this future iMac Pro that we’ll look for what interests us. Indeed, the new machine should offer several variations of Apple’s in-house chip. We could start with a 10-core SoC (8 high-performance cores, 2 energy-saving cores) and go up to a 32-core version, which would be a major leap forward. The SoC could also have a 64GB version. Such a configuration would allow to calibrate this new iMac with “solid” machines regularly used in the world of professional creation. As far as connectivity is concerned, it seems that the new machine will have 4x Thunderbolt 4 ports and a 10GB Ethernet port. On the edge we could also have an SD card reader. The Wifi 6 would also be part of it.

The Mac Pro, the other big piece

This is the product that will be watched closely in terms of power. For the record, the last Intel iteration of this reference was equipped with a Xeon 28 cores / 56 threads. The version with Apple Silicon SoC should be released next year. It would offer two variants of chips called Jade 2C-Die and Jade 4C-Die. If the rumors are true, they would have 20 to 40 CPU cores (16 to 32 high-performance cores and 4 to 8 power-saving cores). The other big topic of interest will be the graphics part since, again according to rumors, we could find 64 to 128 GPU cores in this new SoC.

Apple Mac Pro

The 2019 “Intel” Mac Pro…

From an aesthetic standpoint, Apple could do what it takes to make people forget about the “cheese grater” with a much more compact chassis…

Mac Pro 2022

Any idea of the future Mac Pro 2022?

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