Apple is looking forward to manufacturing chips after releasing M1 with the latest generation of Macs, now the company prepares a 32-core processor for future products.
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When will 32-core Apple processors arrive?
The new M1 processors are capable of offering great performance and autonomy. Now the company is already working on a new version with 32-cores. The most surprising thing is that they could arrive next year for high-end computers. There are rumors indicating Apple to present a half-sized Mac Pro with a new design, in 2022.
With the introduction of the M1, the company gained independence by achieving control over the hardware-software integration of their computers and they surprised people with a huge performance leap.
The introduction of the new MacBook Air, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro with the M1 marked the beginning of the company’s second major transition. The first step happened in 2006 when the company decided to abandon Power PC to move to Intel. Now, they plan to integrate their own processors on the entire range.
While there is not much detail about the new chip, according to some sources, 32-core Apple processors will be mounted on high-end desktops between 2021 and 2022.
New processors with 16 high-performance cores and 4 low-performance cores for the new MacBook Pro and iMac will also arrive.
M1 is based on ARM, an architecture already used in the iPhone, iPad, and even HomePods. Currently, eight-core versions are offered: four high-performance and four high-efficiency. Now, Apple prepares its own 32-core processor for next-generation Macs. We are looking forward to it.