M2 Max and Ultra arrive on Apple desktops: the new Macs arriving at WWDC

After raising the bar of performance on MacBook, the chips Max M2 e M2Ultra they are preparing to bring a flow of new energy to designer desktop PCs as well Apple. According to rumors, in fact, the Worldwide Developer Conference of 2023 will see the presentation of two new ones Mac (probably also from the Studio line) that will be able to take advantage of the top-of-the-range performance of the enhanced M2 chips.

New Macs at Apple's WWDC, but M3 will have to wait


According to the information it shares from Mark Gurman, Apple is working tirelessly on two new ones Mac codenamed “Mac 14,13” and “Mac 14,14”. Both new devices will be PC Desktop and they will be powered by the chip Max M2, as was the case with the top-of-the-line MacBook Pro.

However, there is also a third configuration that uses the brand new M2 Ultra, that Apple will most likely present during the event. According to rumors, this chip will double the specifications of Max M2, we could then have a CPU a 24-core, one GPU a 60-core and up to 192 GB of RAM. Indeed, a special version of the chip with GPU a 76-core.

Rumors suggest that M2Ultra was originally intended for the Mac Pro, however it may be implemented in a new version of the MacStudio (which currently uses the M1 Max and M1 Ultra chips). We just have to wait for it Worldwide Developer Conference 2023 to find out all the details on the new Apple products.

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