Lilbits: Apple’s new Mac Pro could have a 48-core processor, Lenovo Tab M9 leak and Linux smartphone news


This summer, Apple launched the M2 processor with up to 18% faster CPU performance, 35% faster graphics, and 40% faster AI performance than the Apple M1 chip. But that’s exactly what you get with the entry-level chip with 8 CPU cores and up to 16 CPU cores.

Apple is also rumored to be working on more capable chips based on the same architecture, including a 12-core M2 Max chip with 38-core graphics and support for up to 64GB of RAM, and even larger chips. performance with up to 48 cores. 152-core processor and graphics cores and support for up to 256 GB of RAM. Expect them to be more power hungry and way more expensive. And don’t expect them until next year.

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