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Perhaps Apple deliberately delayed the Mac Pro to give it a better SoC with extra CPU and GPU cores

A huge customer base will be disappointed that Apple didn’t any Mac release is planned for the rest of 2022. Fortunately, there may be some good padding in all of this, especially for the Mac Pro, which was supposed to arrive this year but didn’t, so it could end up being a much more capable machine , than what was originally planned to be.

Apple is rumored to be testing a Mac Pro configuration with a 24-core CPU and 76-core GPU, but that’s not the best spec

While one reason for the delay could be that TSMC is having trouble ramping up production of the 3-nanometer wafers that will be used for Apple’s upcoming custom silicon lineup, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman believes there’s another reason the Mac Pro isn’t materializes so early.

When the company announced the M1 back in 2020, it mentioned that the transition to Apple Silicon would be complete in two years. This transition will replace all Mac models with Intel processors, but as it happens, the company continues to sell the Mac Pro with an Intel Xeon chip. There is a reason for this, which is covered below.

“But I think we have a very clear reason, and it’s not a bad one: the car will be better than what Apple originally intended to offer.

As I wrote recently, I’m convinced that the first non-Intel Mac Pro will have options with 24 and 48 processor cores and 76 and 152 graphics cores — along with up to 256 gigabytes of RAM.

I believe Apple originally planned to use the M1 variant of the chip, but at some point decided to hold off until M2 versions with more CPU and graphics cores were available.”

With the new Mac Pro chip rumored to be called the M2 Extreme, its top-end configuration will be unlike anything we’ve ever seen in terms of CPU and GPU core count. We previously reported that this SoC will have up to 152-core GPU and 48-core CPU, along with support for up to 256GB of unified RAM. Apple is also said to be testing one Mac Pro configuration with a 24-core CPU and 76-core GPU, but it’s clear that it will be much slower but more affordable.

Apple might announce its Mac Pro in the first half of next year, and we’ll be happy to provide all the necessary updates over the next few months, so stay tuned.

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