Apple Mac Pro will switch to self-developed chips as early as June 2022
Apple’s Mac product line is currently transitioning to self-developed chips. According to the previously announced plan, Apple will complete this goal in two years, within 2022. According to previous media reports, Apple plans to launch five new Mac products in 2022, including MacBook Air and Mac mini equipped with M2 chip, new entry-level MacBook Pro, high-end iMac equipped with a self-developed chip, and perhaps Mac Pro.
There have been rumors that Apple is developing two Mac Pro models, one with the same design and internal structure, and the other with a brand new design. One is likely to be that products on the Intel platform will use Intel Xeon W-3300 series (IceLake-SP) processors. According to 9to5mac reports, Apple will switch all Mac Pro and iMac Pro to self-developed chips as early as June 2022, which means that it will choose to abandon Intel x86 processors as soon as possible.