Mark Gurman He always usually brings us up to date with the next news that Apple is working on, and he is almost always right when he launches a new rumor. Perhaps they are leaks interested by the company itself, but the fact is that you always have to listen (well, rather read) what good old Mark says.
And yesterday it was dropped with the plans they have in Cupertino about the launch of the new family of M2 processors. They will be mounted on different Macs that will see the light this year or in the spring of 2023. Let's see what they are up to.
That some smartass can ensure that Apple will soon launch new Macs that will be equipped with the new family of M2 processors, is not exactly throwing himself into the pool. If we take into account that the M2 processor It is already a reality, it is easy to imagine that the entire family of said processor is already ready, and that it is a matter of months before they begin to appear on the market.
But if someone as knowledgeable about Apple projects as Mark Gurman describes in his blog with hair and signs the different models of Macs that are going to be launched, and what type of M2 chip each one will mount, those are already big words that must be read very carefully.
The new M2 family
Continuing with the same range that we already have more than seen of the M1 processors, according to Gurman, Apple already has the whole family ready that will complete the new M2 processor: the BESS, Incredibly , Max y Extreme.
And it also tells which Mac will mount each processor in the new collection. It will be a new Mac mini M2,
a Mac mini M2 Pro, a 2-inch MacBook Pro M14 Pro, a 2-inch MacBook Pro M16 Max, and finally a Mac Pro M2 Ultra and another that will mount the M2 Extreme. Almost nothing.
As you may have observed, he has not said anything about any new iMac. Some time ago Gurman himself said that Apple is working on a iMac with a new M3 chip. So maybe iMacs won't get any upgrades to the M2 chip, because work is already underway to release a new version of the desktop Mac with a next-generation Apple processor. This is a non-stop. We'll see then.