In 2021, Apple’s Mac product line will further transition to self-developed chips. It has successively launched 24-inch iMacs equipped with M1 chips, 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros equipped with M1 Pro or M1 Max chips, and introduced mini-LED technology into the Mac product line.
Apple plans to launch five new Macs in 2022
According to recent Bloomberg 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
maybe there will be a Mac Pro. Except for the rumored Mac Pro with Intel Xeon W-3300 series processors, the others will be equipped with different models of Apple’s self-developed chips.
It is rumored that Apple will further promote mini-LED technology, and the new MacBook Air and iMac models will use it. In addition to the M2 chip, the new MacBook Air has the same number of CPU cores as the M1, but will have up to 10 GPU cores, and will also be equipped with a MagSafe magnetic charging interface and USB4 interface. iMac will have a larger screen, reaching 27 inches. There is also news that there may be a 32-inch model. While inheriting the design style of M1 iMac in appearance, it will transform the internal structure and adopt new heat dissipation solutions. It is likely to use M1 Pro and M1 Max. The memory configuration should start from 16GB, and the maximum can be 64GB.
The new entry-level MacBook Pro is also a product that many users pay attention to, and there is not much information for the time being. It is said that the new entry-level MacBook Pro will also use M2 chips, but it is uncertain whether it will also use mini-LED technology.