Apple Working on Next-Gen Mac Studio and Mac Pro

Apple Working on Next-Gen Mac Studio and Mac Pro

Apple is getting ready for a busy year, planning to release new products. However, they also have challenges, such as keeping up with AI and dealing with changes to the App Store. 


Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman believes that Apple is working on a new Next-Gen Mac Studio, which should be launched in the latter half of 2024.


The Mac Studio was configured with new M2 Max and M2 Ultra CPUs in June 2023.


He emphasized that the fourth, as of yet unannounced version of the M3 chip is probably going to be available with the new Mac Studio.


Similar to previous versions, this one will have twice as many components as the “Max” version, which means it will have up to 32 CPU cores and 80 GPU cores.


Additionally, Taiwan-based research organization, TrendForce expects that Apple is going to showcase a new ‌Mac Studio‌ featuring the M3 Ultra CPU at the WWDC in June.


In the words of Mark Gurman, Apple is working on two new devices in response to recent reports. He thinks Apple will replace the Mac Pro with the new high-end M3 chip and not throw away the device after just a year, unlike previous recommendations. 


Gurman describes the Mac roadmap as less attractive and doubts Apple’s ability to boost Mac sales in 2024 despite probable interest in upcoming devices like the M3 MacBook Air.

Like the Mac Studio, the Mac Pro received an update in June 2023 featuring the upgraded M2 Ultra.
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