Foreign media recently found that Apple is testing two new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, the most special place is equipped with the unannounced M2 Max processor. The current MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro both use the M2 processor, and Apple can be expected to launch MacBook notebook products with the M2 Pro and M2 Mac processors later.
96GB RAM option available
The two MacBook Pro test machines that appeared on Geekbench, a benchmark website, have an M2 Max processor and up to 96GB of RAM, which is 50% higher than the current MacBook Pro with an M1 Max processor, which has a maximum of 64GB of RAM.
M2 Max is a 12 core processor
According to the information published by Geekbench, M2 Max is a 12-core processor with a maximum clock speed of 3.54GHz, and it has 128KB L1 instruction cache, 64KB L1 data cache and 4MB L2 cache. Its single core and multi-core running scores respectively Up to 1,889 and 14,586 points.