Apple to Release Desktop Chips on 18 Month Cycle, M2 in 2H22, M2 Pro/Max in 1H23 [Report]

Apple to Release Desktop Chips on 18 Month Cycle, M2 in 2H22, M2 Pro/Max in 1H23 [Report]

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Apple is planning to release new desktop chips on an 18 month cycle, reports the Commercial Times.

According to sources in the supply chain industry, Apple Silicon will be updated every 18 months in the future. In the second half of 2022, Apple will first launch the M2 processor code-named Staten, and in the first half of 2023, it will launch the new M2X processor architecture code-named Rhodes, and release two processors such as M2 Pro and M2 Max according to the different graphics cores. Device. Apple's M2 series processors all use a 4-nanometer process, and will be updated to the M3 series of processors after an 18-month cycle. It is expected that they will be mass-produced using TSMC's 3-nanometer process.

Apple to Release Desktop Chips on 18 Month Cycle, M2 in 2H22, M2 Pro/Max in 1H23 [Report]

The report says Apple plans to simplify its lineup of computers into six product lines...
● MacBook - M2 processor
● MacBook Pro - M2 Pro/Max processors
● iMac - M2 processor
● iMac Pro - M2 Pro/Max processors
● Mac mini - M2 processor
● Mac Pro - M2 Pro/Max processors

Industry players expect Apple to update all its Mac devices to custom Apple Silicon next year. You can purchase the new M1 Pro/Max MacBook Pro here and the new M1 iMac here.

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Apple to Release Desktop Chips on 18 Month Cycle, M2 in 2H22, M2 Pro/Max in 1H23 [Report]
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