Apple unveiled its first proprietary silicon-powered device before the end of the year when the M1 MacBook Air, Pro, and Mac mini exceeded most people’s expectations in terms of performance. It turns out that the company is currently working to continue that momentum beyond 2021.
according to Bloomberg Report Apple is developing a new SoC in 2021 with CPUs up to 20 cores, aiming to offer both the new Apple Silicon MacBook Pro and both entry-level and high-end iMacs. According to the report, Apple’s future 20-core CPU will have 16 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores.
Because development depends on the production line, Apple may use 8-core or 12-core CPUs in early 2021 and 20-core CPUs in late 2021.
Apple plans to target professional Mac Pros in 2022. A Bloomberg report points to a new chip with as many as 32 performance CPU cores.