Apple Mac with 12-core Apple Silicon excepted in March

Posted on Monday, January 04 2021 @ 11:28 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Following the surprisingly good performance of Apple's M1 SoC, we are very excited to see what higher-performance versions will bring to the table. WCCF Tech picked up word that a new 14.1" MacBook Pro with a 12-core Apple Silicon CPU could hit the market in March. There are also rumors about a 16" variant with a 16-core CPU.
The new 14.1-inch MacBook Pro may feature the 12-core Apple Silicon, while the 16-inch MacBook Pro featuring a 16-core part. Since the 16-inch MacBook Pro would have more space for a beefier cooling solution, it makes sense to incorporate a more powerful silicon as part of its internals. Sadly, the tipster hasn’t provided details on what the new chip will be called. However, a previous report mentions that a new M2 silicon will arrive in 2021, but it will be for Apple’s redesigned iMac line.




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