Apple Silicon: New Mac Pro, new iMac and new Mac mini by autumn 2022

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Apple will probably not bring new desktop computers with Apple silicon chips onto the market until next year. This emerges from a roadmap that is available to a well-known Apple journalist. According to Mark Gurman from the financial news agency, the company will only manage its planned switch from Intel to ARM within two years Bloomberg in his most recent newsletter.

According to him, Apple will begin with new MacBook Pro models in the coming months, which are equipped with an “M1X” processor, an improved version of the current M1. However, Apple will allegedly take the time to switch to the larger iMacs by the end of 2022. A 30-inch version may be planned here.

The same applies to a new Mac Pro, which Apple wants to miniaturize and equip with up to 40 cores – and which is said to be bringing it onto the market together with an Intel variant that the pros are demanding. A “high-end” model of the Mac mini should come relatively quickly – probably shortly after the new MacBook Pro machines.

Its appearance is said to be slightly based on the current iMac, so it could possibly even be colorful.

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A revised MacBook Air with accelerated inner workings is also planned for 2022 – there had also been rumors about the use of mini-LED screens. The MacBook Air is and remains Apple’s entry-level notebook – there is still no talk of a return of the MacBook with a 12-inch screen, although this form factor seems to be made for the cool Apple silicon chips.

In addition to more ports on the new MacBook Pro models, Gurman expects MagSafe to return to machines – how Apple intends to combine this with USB-C remains unclear. Alternatively, the group could revert to a proprietary charging interface.


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