M2 Ultra chip powering the new Mac Pro & Mac Studio

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    Apple unveiled the new M2 Ultra Chip today, completing its Apple silicon shift with the release of the new Mac Pro.

    The Mac Pro retains the previous model’s stainless-steel chassis and “cheese grater” appearance. The Mac Pro, on the other hand, is completely new on the inside, with a 24-core CPU/76-core GPU M2 Ultra processor and twice the beginning memory and storage as the Intel counterpart. It includes six open gen 4 expansion slots for audio/video, networking, and storage cards and can be configured with up to 192GB of RAM.

    The Mac Pro, as predicted, does not offer user-upgradeable RAM or GPU. The Mac Pro also has the performance of seven Afterburner cards, which previously added $2,000 to the machine’s price.

    The Mac Pro contains six Thunderbolt connections on the rear and two on the top, as well as three USB-A ports, two HDMI 2.1 connectors that enable up to 8K resolution and up to 240Hz frame rates, two 10Gb Ethernet ports, and a high-impedance headphone input.

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    The Mac Studio, which debuted in 2002, has also gotten an upgrade. For the same $1999 starting price in the US and £2099 in the UK, it now contains an M2 Max or M2 Ultra CPU with Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, and HDMI 2.1.

    Apple announced today that the new Mac Studio and Mac Pro are now available for presale, with deliveries starting next Tuesday, June 13, 2023.

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