Apple unveils new Mac Pro and Mac Studio with Apple silicon

A pair of non-workstation workstations.

Jon Peddie

The new Apple Max Studio and Mac Pro M2-based workstations. (Source: Apple) At the Apple developers conference, Apple unveiled the powerful Mac Studio mini and Mac Pro. The Mac Studio, featuring the M2 Max, is up to 6× faster than the most powerful Intel-based iMac and 3× faster than the previous-gen Mac Studio. It boasts a 12-core CPU, up to a 38-core GPU, and up to 96GB of unified memory. The Mac Pro, now equipped with the M2 Ultra chip, offers speeds 3× faster than the previous-gen Intel model and up to 192GB of memory. Both machines provide extensive connectivity

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