we could still discover them this year

After the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13 taking advantage of the new SoC M2, we are waiting for the versions MacBook Pro 14 et 16 supposed to be equipped with the variants Apple M2 Pro et M2 Max.

Rumor has it that the M2 Pro will be Apple’s first chip engraved in 3nm at TSMC, but the Taiwanese foundry not launching its engraving technique until September, which would mean that the chips will not be available until early 2023. Therefore, MacBook Pros would be postponed by the same amount.

However, another rumor suggests that the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips will remain engraved in 5 nm to stick to the availability of the foundry and to keep a margin of maneuver without waiting for 3 nm.

Apple M2 Pro / M2 Max chips in N5P?

In this context, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggests that the MacBook Pro in M2 Pro / M2 Max will be well presented before the end of the year, perhaps as early as autumn, with production starting in December.

The Apple M2 Pro and M2 Max SoCs would be engraved in 5 nm using the optimized N5P process, improving CPU performance over the previous generation while adding more GPU cores and more RAM.

The new MacBook Pro 14 and 16 should not change much in terms of design and we will logically find the notch and the MagSafe port.


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