Apple’s own M2 Ultra/Extreme and other series of processor exposure
In June this year, Apple officially launched the second generation of Apple Silicon's own processor - M2.
M2 has now been applied to the new MacBook Air, iPad Pro products, is currently one of the most powerful options on mobile devices, Apple claims to compare the 10-core x86 notebook processor with power consumption (15W) performance ahead of 90%.
According to the latest news, Apple will equip MacBook Pro, Mac Pro and a series of other performance products with enhanced M2 processors in the coming months, launching M2 Pro, M2 Max, M2 Ultra and other processors, with performance stacking close to "crazy".
This series of processors will be built using TSMC's 3nm process, which may then take up a lot of TSMC's high-end production line capacity.
The M2 Pro will have a 10-core CPU and 20-core GPU, while the M2 Max will have a 12-core CPU and 38-core GPU.
The M2 Ultra doubles the number of CPU and GPU cores compared to the M2 Max, with a maximum of 24-core CPU and 76-core GPU.
What's even scarier is that, according to industry insiders, Apple will launch a new M2 Extreme processor next year with two M2 Max units, which will have a 48-core CPU and a 152-core GPU.