Apple is already testing a MacBook Pro based on the

Apple is already testing a MacBook Pro based on the 3 nm M3 Pro processor

The M2-powered MacBook Air is gearing up for its summer announcement, but Apple has already begun testing the M3 Pro-powered MacBook Pro in its initial configuration. The first computers of this type should appear at the end of this year or early next year, but now you can study the preliminary characteristics of the new processor.

    Image source: Apple

Image source: Apple

edition Bloomberg has traditionally received relevant information from software developers who have access to logs mentioning the characteristics of new Apple processors. The MacBook Pro prototype with macOS 14.0 is equipped with an M3 Pro processor in the initial configuration, which implies the presence of 12 cores (6 performance and 6 economy), 18 graphics cores and support for 36 GB of memory. Compared to the M2 Pro presented in January, the new processor has increased the number of economical cores by two, added two graphics cores and 4 GB of memory.

If other processors of the M3 family allow adding functional blocks in the same way due to the scaling of transistors in the transition to TSMC’s 3nm production technology, then the M3 Max processor may get 14 compute cores and 40 graphics and M3 Ultra – 28 cores and more than 80 graphics cores. According to the source, Apple is already developing versions of the iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air based on the new M3 family of processors.


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