Apple Could Launch Apple Silicon-Powered iMac Pro in H1 2022

Apple is betting big on Apple Silicon, and unsurprisingly, the company is working around the clock on migrating its entire device lineup to the new custom ARM chip.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says the first half of the year will include several big announcements on this front, as the company plans to take the wraps off new Apple Silicon-powered Mac Pro, Mac mini, and iMac Pro.

The debut of these models will most likely take place in the spring, though more specifics in this regard aren’t available right now.

If Gurman is right, then Apple is working on more than just a single Mac Pro, including a model with up to 40 CPU cores and 128 graphics cores. There’s also a new Mac mini and a new iMac Pro that would complete Apple’s transition from Intel to its own processors by WWDC this year.

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