At least nine Mac computers powered by the upcoming Apple M2 chips are in development, including a high-end Mac mini variant powered by the M2 Pro.
A revised Mac mini model featuring the upcoming Apple M2 chip could be launching soon, as per Studio Display firmware which references the unreleased computer.
An M2-powered Mac mini is reportedly still on track for release sometime in 2022, with a higher-end model featuring a more powerful M2 Pro chip in the works too.
Apple may launch multiple M2 Macs in 2022, with some new models coming in March, and then again in May or June, says Bloomberg's reliable reporter Mark Gurman.
Apple is readying a new M2-powered version of its 13-inch MacBook Pro model with, exterior design mostly unchanged from the company's current M1-based notebook.
After introducing the M1 processor back in 2020, there has been plenty of attention turned to the oft-rumored M1X. That next-generation processor has yet to be announced, but now we're ready to start talking about the processor after that one. At least, that's what the rumor mill says.
Apple's next-generation silicon for Macs, dubbed the M2, has reportedly entered mass production ahead of additional Apple silicon Mac hardware introductions expected in late 2021.