Apple is already considering an advanced M3 mobile processor!

We recently reported that we will see the new Apple M2 processor, which will be the logical successor to the Apple M1 processor, at the beginning of this year or at the beginning of the second half at the latest. It is expected to be the first equipped with a compact PC Mini Mac, followed immediately by other computer systems. This will be mainly MacBook Pro (13-inch), completely redesigned MacBook Air and MacBook Pro (14-inch and 16-inch). The latter is supposed to be equipped with M2 Pro and M2 Max processors.

The Apple M2 processor is said to be based on the latest manufacturing process known as advanced 5-nanometer technology (5-nanometer plus or N5P). In addition, it will be equipped with a built-in graphics core and advanced artificial intelligence. However, since the competition in the field of processor development is not resting, Apple engineers are already preparing a successor to the M2 mobile processor. This will, of course, be a processor marked M3 or Silicon “M3”, which is expected to be even more powerful and energy efficient.

The Apple M3 processor is expected to be in the design phase. The first to be equipped with it is the iMac desktop PC, a version with a 24-inch screen. The novelty is expected to be available early next year.

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