Keynote in October for MacBook Pro M1X?

The MacBook Pro “M1X” may be unveiled at a new Apple event in October, Mark Gurman announced in his weekly Power On newsletter. The chip of these machines will be equipped with a 10-core processor (8 efficient, 2 economical) and we will have the choice between a graphics circuit of 16 or 32 cores. Compare that to the M1, which has an 8-core CPU and 7 to 8 graphics cores.

Technical characteristics that are similar to Nosy bloomberg given in the spring. At the time, he also indicated that these MacBooks would benefit from an entirely new design, a MagSafe port, an HDMI port, and an SD card reader. There will also be more than two Thunderbolt/USB 4 ports making up the Mac M1 every day. Gurman was also predicting the beginning of summer, but as everyone saw, it was not!

The future Mac mini M1X, according to John Prosser, is to be taken with a grain of salt.

Gurman also mentions better screen technology (mini-LED?). It does not give the expected diagonal, but there are a lot of rumors about the sizes of 14 and 16 inches. As for the Mac mini M1X, which will still replace the Mac mini Intel in the catalog, it’s still expected for the next few weeks with its new slim design.

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Mark Gurman’s Apple Silicon Roadmap: MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac and Mac Pro by the End of 2022

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