Codenamed Jade 2C-Die and Jade 4C-Die, the new Mac Pro models will debut in 2022 and to come in 20 or 40-core CPUs that are made up of 16 or 32 high-performance cores and four or eight high-efficiency cores.
The professional workstations will include Apple‘s next-gen Silicon chip, with 64 or 128-core GPUs.
Following similar reports last year, Gurman also says that the Mac Pros will have a smaller design than the current 2019 version and that the workstations have been in development for some months.
Apple has recently revealed the M1 iMac, with a release date slated for this weekend. Cupertino is on its path in the transition from Intel chips to self-made ARM chips beginning with M1.