Apple recently launched the M1 chipset with its low-tier lineup of macs. By the looks of it and the performance, these actually blew a lot of people out of the window. Now, these were the first generation of devices and there is still a lot of room for improvement. We are still curious about how the company would deal with higher-end devices. Now, from a recent report from Bloomberg and further reported by The Verge, we find more detail into the next generation of Apple Silicon.
According to the article, the next generation of Apple Chips would have 32-cores. This would be a bump up from the 8-core current M1. Not to mention, this would have 16 high-performance cores. This is definitely a step up from the 4 high-performance cores found in the current generation. Additionally, this would still have the four power-saving cores found on the M1 chipset.
The article states that this would found on the bigger macs in the year to come. While there is still uncertainty on when we would actually see these but they say that we might see them by the coming spring. These would be perhaps the iMacs and maybe the 16-inch MacBook Pro which is due for an upgrade. Then maybe by the end of the year or early in the year 2022 would see an upgrade for the Mac Pros. With the new system being less expensive on power consumption, we may just see a smaller Mac Pro as well. Again, that is all based on assumptions. Therefore we suggest that you take this with a grain of salt.