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Apple could launch four new Macs powered by the M2 chip in 2022, but don’t expect a bigger iMac

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  • Apple is expected to launch several new Macs in 2022, and many of them could be powered by the company’s own M2 chip.
  • Apart from that, Apple is also expected to come up with new iMac pro and mac mini options with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.
  • Here’s everything we know about the Apple M2 mac programming in 2022.

Apple is gearing up to launch four new Macs in 2022, powered by the company’s own M2 chip. This includes a Macbook ProMacBook Air, Mac Mini and an iMac too.

However, iMac fans may need to temper their expectations. According to
Bloomberg’s Mark GurmanApple might not launch a big, low-end iMac this year, opting instead to focus on the more expensive iMac Pro.

Apple launched the in-house designed M1 chip in November 2020, and while it announced the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips specifically designed for the Mac lineup, it’s been a while now. While we don’t yet know the specifics of the M2 chip, Gurman thinks it could feature the same eight-core architecture as the M1, with slightly higher clock speeds.

This suggests that the M2 chip could be an iterative update instead of a major update. Apple could also announce “Pro” and “Max” versions of the M2 chip, just like it did for the M1.

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Apple is expected to launch several new Macs in 2022, and many of them could be powered by the company’s own M2 chip. Apart from that, Apple is also expected to offer new iMac Pro and Mac Mini options with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. Here’s everything we know about the Apple M2-powered Mac lineup in 2022.

Four new Macs powered by the M2 chip in 2022




Apple is expected to announce a 13-inch MacBook Pro and redesigned MacBook Air in the coming months, powered by the upcoming M2 chip.

Apart from that, the iPhone maker might also launch a new Mac Mini and a 24-inch iMac powered by the same chip.

Other than that, there might be more upgrades in store. For example, while the Mac Mini is already powered by an M1 chip, Gurman says there could be an upgraded M1 Pro option aside from an M2 version.

However, for iMac fans waiting for a wider option, there could be some bad news. Apple should use the larger display size as another differentiator between the standard iMac and the iMac Pro. That means a 27-inch iMac might be out of the question, at least for now.

Apple could also launch a 27-inch iMac Pro with the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

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