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Apple Launching Seven New Macs

Apple’s move from Intel processors to their own chips has paved the way for the launch of up to seven new Macs this year, running on either the M1Pro or M1 Max, with the more powerful M2 also entering the game.

Believed to be in the line up is a new Mac Mini with an M1Pro chip, an entry level 13″ MacBook Pro with M2 chip, a Mac Mini with M2, a 24″ iMac with M2, a redesigned MacBook Air with M2, a larger iMac Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max chip options, and a half-sized Mac Pro powered by an Apple chip that will be equal to either two or four M1 Max chips.

Still, it is believed only one or two of these will be announced at the upcoming Apple event, said to be occurring on March 8, most likely the high-end Mac Mini and entry level 13″ MacBook Pro, as these devices have gone longest without an upgrade.

The new iMac Pro could come after those as it’s almost a year since the 24″ iMac was updated.

The M2 MacBook Air is a likely candidate for the end of the year, as it would be a good seller around that time. The M2 chip powering it would be faster than the M1, with a similar eight-core CPU but a GPU with nine or 10 cores, over the seven and eight core options of the M1.

An M2 Pro and M2 Max chip could be slated for 2023, along with an entry level M3.

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