New MacBook Pro configuration parameters exposure will use M1X chip

Recently, the configuration parameters of the MacBook Pro have been exposed and will use the M1X chip, with 8 high-performance cores and 2 high-performance cores, providing 16 or 32 graphics cores. Expansion ports include SD card reader, 3 Thunderbolt USB-C ports, upgraded MagSafe magnetic port and HDMI port.

According to foreign media, the processor of this year’s new MacBook Pro model will be named M1X instead of M2. It will use the same core as M1, but with more cores and a high-performance version. It is said that Apple will keep the 2 name for next year’s chip, which may make its debut in the new MacBook Air.

For the new MacBook Pro series, Apple is planning two different chips, code-named Jade C-Chop and Jade C-Die: Both chips include 8 high-performance cores and 2 high-performance cores, a total of 10, but Will have 16 or 32 graphics cores.

High-performance cores are used for more complex tasks. The high-performance core runs at a slower speed to meet more basic usage requirements, such as web browsing, to maintain battery life. The design of the new chip is different from that of the M1. The current 13-inch MacBook Pro has 4 high-performance cores, 4 high-performance cores and 4 graphics cores.

M1X is an extension of M1 and will include more Thunderbolt channels, CPU cores, GPU cores, support for multiple external displays, and greater power consumption. These devices will all have 1080p webcams, SD card readers, 3 Thunderbolt USB-C ports, upgraded MagSafe magnetic ports and HDMI ports.

The Macbook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch models will be similar in design to the iPad Pro, with flat bezels. The border will be reduced and the Macbook Pro logo at the bottom will be removed. Losing this logo will be consistent with the appearance of the latest iMac.

(The picture comes from the Internet)


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