Apple unveils nextgeneration M1 Pro and M1 Max chips for new Macs

Apple today has officially unveiled the next-generation Apple Silicon chip. Dubbed the M1 Pro and M1 Max, the Apple says that these chips were created for the next-generation MacBook Pro by scaling up M1’s architecture to create a “far more powerful chip.”

Here are the specs of the M1 Pro, as announced by Apple’s Johnny Srouji during today’s event:

  • 200GB/s memory bandwidth
  • Up to 32GB of unified memory
  • ProRes
  • 2x more transistors than M1
  • 70% faster than M1
  • Up to 10-core CPU
  • Up to 16-core GPU
  • Neural Engine
  • Thunderbolt 4
  • Support for up to 2 external displays

And for the M1 Max:

  • 400GB/s memory bandwidth
  • 32-core GPU
  • 57 billion transistors
  • Up to 64GB of unified memory
  • Up to 70% less power consumption
  • ProRes
  • Neural Engine
  • Thunderbolt 4
  • Support for up to four external displays

Apple says that these new chips will power the future of the “Pro” lineup among the Mac…still waiting for details on that, though.

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