Apple designed M2 chip enters mass production; new MacBook Pros could launch at WWDC
Apple unveiled the new redesigned iMac at its April event which is powered by the company’s M1 chip. The company also unveiled the new iPad Pro which marks a major shift, as it is now powered by the same M1 chip which powers the new iMac, the MacBook Air, the Mac mini, and the base model MacBook Pro.
The next generation M-series chip is likely to be unveiled later this year with high performance Mac machines like the top-tier MacBook Pro models. According to Nikkei Asia, the new upcoming chip has already entered mass production. The new chip will further reduce Apple’s reliance on Intel for chips to power its Mac computers.
New Mac hardware could be unveiled at WWDC
The sources that talked to Nikkei Asia, reported that the upcoming…