Apple’s M3 Ultra Mac Studio may feature 32-core CPU and 80-core GPU

Rumors and speculations have been swirling around the tech world about the next generation of Apple M series processors, and it seems that Apple enthusiasts might not have to wait much longer for their questions to be answered. While there hasn’t been any official confirmation from Apple yet, a recent report by Mark Gurman clear up on the potential specifications of the upcoming M3 Ultra chip, which promises to be a powerhouse in terms of performance. If you also want to know more information in detail, then stay with us till the end and clear your doubts by reading this article.

Apple M3 Ultra

The M3 Ultra processor, as hinted in Gurman’s Power On newsletter, is expected to be the heart and soul of the highly anticipated Apple M3 Ultra Mac Studio. Unlike its predecessor, the M2 Ultra, which boasted a 24-core CPU and a 76-core GPU, the M3 Ultra is rumored to take things up a notch. It is said to sport a massive 32-core CPU, with 24 high-performance cores and 8 high-efficiency cores. Moreover, the GPU core count is said to skyrocket to an impressive 80, promising enhanced graphics capabilities for Mac users.

In addition to the powerful processor, Apple might also introduce new memory options for its MacBook Pro lineup. According to the Power On newsletter, we may soon see MacBook models offering 36GB and 48GB of RAM, catering to users’ increasing need for multitasking and resource-intensive applications. Furthermore, Apple is reportedly exploring higher memory configurations for other Mac series as well. The existing M2 Ultra-powered Mac Studio, for instance, can be purchased with up to 192GB of RAM. It is possible that the M3 Ultra will push the boundaries even further, potentially offering an astonishing maximum of 256GB of RAM.

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Apple’s testing of the M3 Ultra is not limited to Mac Studio and Mac Pro. According to Gurman, the first batch of M3-powered Macs is expected to hit the market in October 2023, including the new 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. Additionally, there are speculations that the upcoming iMac could also feature this powerful processor. Apple enthusiasts can anticipate further developments with the introduction of the M3 Pro and M3 Max CPUs for Macs, which are expected to arrive sometime in the following year. We have shared the complete information woth you about Apple M3 Ultra-powered Mac Studio to features. So, don’t forget to follow us for more intersting updates.

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