Apple to develop three new MacBooks with custom co-processors

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Apple, the monarch of the tech industry, always known for its uniqueness recently in news for developing three new Mac models integrated with custom co-processors, including updated notebooks and a new desktop. The above disclosure was made by Mark Gurman to Bloomberg News. This unique model is expected to launch this year.

Apple notebook lineup includes MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro. According to some fresh reports, the MacBook and MacBook Pro may be refreshed this year. The MacBook Pro was first launched in 2016 with Touch Bar. These models were equipped with Apple’s custom T1 chip which is authentication of secured Touch ID and Apple Pay respectively.

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MacBook doesn’t feature a custom co-processor and that unless Apple plans to extend the Touch Bar to the 12-inch notebooks where the role of T- series chip will be the next thing to be seen.

For Desktop lineups like the iMac Pro Apple’s custom T2 chip which provides the system with enhanced security and integration. It also has Secure Enclave that makes the iMac Pro even more secure with new encrypted storage and secure boot capabilities. The co-processor here is an integration of various previously separate components that includes system management controller, image signal processor, audio controller, and SSD controller.

Finally, Apple has officially confirmed that developing all-new modular Mac-Pro. Apple has not stated the exact launch date but cleared that its release date would come by the end of this year. We can conclude that it will launch this year itself. The other details regarding this article will be made available to you from best insider sources. Till then stay tuned to our website.

Via: Mac Rumors

Apple to develop three new MacBooks with custom co-processors