Apple is preparing an updated version of the Intel-based Mac Pro

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With all the renovations that we are seeing around the Mac and the future Apple Silicon inside, this news that reaches us at the moment in the form of a rumor, suggests that for the moment the American company does not abandon Intel. They have been many years together and it is difficult to separate from such a close relationship. According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, Intel's new chips for a revamped Mac Pro have been spotted in beta from Xcode 13, and has confirmed that Apple is preparing an updated version of the Intel-based Mac Pro.

If you are a regular on our pages, you will know who Mark Gurman of Bloomberg is. His analysis and predictions about Apple are usually very accurate. This time it brings us a new rumor about what will be the new and renewed Mac Pro. It seems that it will lack Apple Silicon as we are beginning to be used to. The Xcode 13 beta has confirmed that Apple is preparing an updated version of the Intel-based Mac Pro.

The chip data added to the beta version is for Intel's XNUMXrd generation Xeon scalable processor. Ice Lake SP, which Intel announced in April. According to Intel, the chip offers "advanced performance, security, efficiency and acceleration of integrated AI to handle IoT workloads and more powerful AI."

Bloomberg said in January that Apple is developing two versions of the new Mac Pro, one that is a direct successor to the Mac Pro 2019 and another that offers a smaller form factor that is about half the size. Apple is working to transition its entire line from Mac to Apple Silicon and the smallest will have it. But there will be a version with Intel.

Mind you, this Intel-based Mac Pro may be one of the latest Intel machines.

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