Apple M2 To Support iMac, Macbook Pro, And Air: Own Series Of Processors To Debut At Spring Event

Apple is reportedly planning to release at least three Macs with the Apple M2 chip this year. It is expected to debut at the spring festival. The M2 chip is Apple’s own and is gradually replacing Intel’s processors with its computers.

It is a key moment for tech enthusiasts. There will be multiple devices that come in with the M2 chip. The Cupertino-based tech giant is improving the new Apple M2 chip. Mark Gurman of Bloomberg expects Apple to finally introduce the successor to the M1. He said it is built to be faster than its predecessor but continues to feature the identical eight-core architecture.

There is expected to be a significant jump in its graphics core. The Apple M2 will be fitted to 4 new Macs in the company’s stable. It includes the 13-inch MacBook, 13-inch MacBook Pro, the Mac mini CPU, and the 24-inch iMac.

Apple shifted from relying on Intel to developing its own in 2020. He gave Apple the freedom to go for a fresh rethink as the Mac had begun to stale over the years.  

Apple uses its a-series chips for iPods and iPhones but has been using Intel chips for its computers for 15 years.

Apple M2 Predecessor M1 Launched In 2020, Breaking Away From Intel

But starting in 2020, Apple launched its series of Apple chips with the M1. The M1 was first used in the MacBook Air. Both the MacBook M1 and the MacBook Pro with M1 Pro/ M1 Max were successes.

The company could be launching the iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5, Mac computers, and processors. The Apple M2, the continuation to the successful M1 is expected. It will feature 8 cores (4 efficiencies and 4 performance), 8GB or 16GB RAM, and a spike in performance.

It appears certain that the MacBook Pro and Air, Mac Mini, and the iMac Pro will be launched this year. It could be either at the Apple event in March or at a separate launch event in June.