Last week, the new iPad Pro duo and the M2 powered Mac were hosted by Apple during its Spring loaded event. At the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference scheduled to start on June 7, the company is now ready to bring larger MacBook Pro models with a faster processor.
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Cupertino works with TSMC to start mass production of the Apple M2 chipset, according to Nikkei Asia’s recent report (or perhaps it will be called M1X). If this is true, its first devices will be shipped by the company in July.
The release shows that the M2 is made using a new N5P process. The existing M1 chips are based on the N5 process for those who do not know. The new architecture will improve speed by 20 percent and reduce energy consumption by 40 percent compared to the old N7 process (7 nm).
In addition, additional CPU and GPU cores should be added to the new chipset. The current M1 chip is equipped with 4 large (and 4 small) CPU cores plus 7 or 8 GPU cores. M1-computers have revitalized Apple’s computing business over the past year and Macs with M2 chipset are expected to improve the company further. The company has already shipped 23 million Macs in the last year in 12 months, up 29.1%.