New MacBook Pro should get the M1X processor and lose the logo under the display

The publication 9to5Mac, citing “a source with a decent reputation”, reported new details about the MacBook Pro laptop, which may be presented in a few weeks – at the WWDC 2021 conference.

What to expect?

First, the source claims that the laptop will be based on a proprietary ARM processor, but not M2, but M1X. According to early leaks, Apple is preparing two different chips for the new MacBook Pro, codenamed Jade C-Chop and Jade C-Die. Both include eight high-performance cores and two energy-efficient cores, for a total of 10.

In addition, the chips are expected to include up to 64 GB of memory, compared to a maximum of 16 GB on the M1. They will have an improved Neural Engine that handles machine learning tasks and will allow you to add more Thunderbolt ports.

In turn, M1X is an extension of M1, which will contain more Thunderbolt channels, CPU cores, GPU cores, support for multiple external monitors, and more power consumption.

Secondly, they say that the MacBook Pro will lose the inscription “MacBook Pro” under the display — as well as the new iMac.

Source: 9to5Mac

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