We have been seeing Apple transitioning from Intel chips on their Mac products to their own Silicon and they have also said that this transition will take at least a few years.
It is worth noting that the first products with these new M1 chips from Apple were the Apple MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13, and the Mac Mini. Along with that, Apple also announced the newer iMac devices which are redesigned and come in lots of color options.
Late last year, we saw Apple launch the higher-end M1 chips which were named the M1 Pro and M1 Max. These chips were installed inside the Macbook Pro 14 and Macbook Pro 16 from the company respectively.
And we also know that there are still a few products left in the company’s lineup which are yet to transition to Apple Silicon such as the Mac Pro and the iMac Pro.
Therefore, we have a new report regarding Apple’s plans to complete its transition with the Apple Silicon and this report comes from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
Gurman reports that he believes Apple will complete its Apple Silicon transition later this year at the WWDC 2022. At its annual developer conference, Apple will announce the latest Mac Pro, iMac Pro, and also a powerful Mac Mini.
It is worth noting that these devices will have the M1 Pro and the M1 Max chips inside them. Also, the new Mac Pro is said to be smaller compared to the previous one because of Apple Silicon. Along with that, the new iMac Pro will also have a much bigger display.
We have already seen reports that the iMac Pro might get a similar design as the Pro Display XDR with minimal bezels because Apple Silicon will not take too much space.
We might also see a design like the iMac where the bottom bezel is larger and that’s where all the internal parts are fitted. As for the Mac Pro, it will definitely become much smaller because of the integration of CPU and GPU thanks to Apple Silicon.
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