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Apple coming up with 'Mac Studio'


Nepalnews
2022 Mar 06, 12:11, Washington
In this Saturday, March 14, 2020 file photo, an Apple logo adorns the facade of the downtown Brooklyn Apple store in New York. Epic Games said on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, it filed a complaint about Apple to the UK competition watchdog, which is investigating the iPhone maker over concerns it has a dominant position in app distribution. (Photo via AP)

 American tech giant Apple is developing a 'Mac Studio' device that is reportedly a cross between a Mac Pro and a Mac mini.

According to a report obtained by Mac Rumours, the device is an addition to the rumoured Mac mini and Mac Pro but is primarily based on the Mac mini.

The device will feature "much more powerful hardware" and there are two versions in development.

One machine will use the same M1 Max chip introduced in the 2021 MacBook Pro models, while the other will use an Apple silicon chip that's more powerful than the M1 Max.

A new version of the Mac Pro that will feature a smaller chassis will reportedly be sold alongside the larger-sized Mac Pro, and according to Mac Rumours, it sounds like the 'Mac Studio' could be this smaller-sized Mac Pro.

Reportedly, the smaller Mac Pro would have up to 40 CPU cores and up to 128 GPU cores.

The Mac Studio is known internally by the codename J375, and Mac Rumours says that while the naming could potentially change, it is aimed at professional users and will be sold alongside a 7K 'Apple Studio Display' that Apple also has in the works.

A launch date of Mac Studio is still not revealed, but as per speculations, it could be introduced sometime around Apple Worldwide Developers Conference before launching in the fall.

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