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15 Apr 2022

Apple Gears Up to Create Multiple New Macs Using High-Tech M2 Chips

Apple Gears Up to Create Multiple New Macs Using High-Tech M2 Chips

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Apple Inc. has launched an extensive internal testing of various Mac prototypes using its state-of-the-art M2 chips, in a bid to create cutting-edge, next-generation computers.

According to Bloomberg News, the tech giant is reportedly testing no less than nine Mac models with four different M2 chips, as per developer logs, using third-party apps in its App Store. This is a significant development in the company’s operations as it hints at the upcoming launch of its new line of high-powered computers.

Bloomberg News reported that Apple is currently running the M2 chip tests on a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, an entry-level MacBook Pro, as well as a 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. This would mark the tech giant’s newest endeavor to further the use of its own custom-made processor in its devices after parting ways with Intel Corp.

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