Apple is expected to announce newer iterations of the MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch as soon as today. They are rumored to be powered by the M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets with support for up to 96GB of RAM, which is a substantial increase over the 64GB memory offered on 2021 MacBook Pros powered by the M1 Max chip. Along with these improvements, the upcoming MacBook Pro is also expected to feature WiFi 6E technology as spotted in model A2779 in the Canadian regulatory database by Wade Penner on Twitter.
Back in November & December of last year, two sets of Geekbench Scores of the upcoming M2 Max chip surfaced online confirming a higher base frequency of 3.68 GHz. The scores of the M2 Max are up to 15% higher when compared to the M1 Max with a base frequency of 3.22 GHz.
According to recent rumors, Apple might also announce an upgrade to the Mac mini with the M2 and M2 Pro chip as it was last updated in November 2020 along with the M1 MacBook Air and M1 MacBook Pro. As announced in WWDC 2022, the M2 chip can offer up to 20% boost in performance. When paired with support for more RAM, this mighty computer will be able to provide excellent performance for heavy workloads.
The Consumer Online Store continues to be active and can be accessed to order products at the moment.
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