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Apple prepares at least 9 new Macs with M2 processors | Digital Trends Spanish

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Rumors about the launch of new Mac computers at Apple’s next Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC22) continue, but the latest comes with a surprising fact.

According to journalist and leaker Mark Gurman of Bloombergthe company is testing at least nine new Macs that will feature the manufacturer’s next chip, the M2.

Gurman says there is evidence of the development of a new M2-powered MacBook Air with a 10-core GPU, as well as an entry-level MacBook Pro M2 with the same specs. The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros will also arrive with the new processor, as well as a new Mac Mini and Mac Pro.

A Mac Mini also appeared with the current M1 Pro, although it is difficult for it to reach the market now that the Mac Studio exists. Rumors suggest that the M2 chip will be similar to the M1, but will increase the number of cores in the GPU.

Gurman also says there will be an M2 chip with 8 CPU cores and 10 GPU cores, an M2 Pro chip with an unspecified number of cores, an M2 Mac chip with 12 CPU cores and 38 GPU cores, in addition to 64 GB of RAM. There will also be an M2 Ultra chip that will be the possible successor to the M1 Ultra that we will see in higher-end computers.

According to Bloomberg, at least two new Macs could be launched in the middle of the year, a date that coincides with the celebration of WWDC22, which starts on June 6.

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