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The Donan chip is coming to the entry-level MacBook Pro, the new MacBook Airs, and a low-end version of the Mac mini, while the Brava chips will run the high-end MacBook Pros and a pricier version of the Mac mini. For the Mac Studio, Apple is testing versions with both a still-unreleased M3-era chip and a variation of the M4 Brava processor.


The highest-end Apple desktop, the Mac Pro, is set to get the new Hidra chip, but the Mac Pro remains the lower-selling model in the computer lineup. This year we maybe getting the M4 Extreme Chip. That would be 2 M4 Ultra combined would make the Extreme Chip or an entirely new Chip?

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Apple is considering allowing its highest-end Mac desktops to support as much as a half-terabyte of memory & the current Mac Studio and Mac Pro top out at 192 gigabytes - far less capacity than on Apple's previous Mac Pro, which used an Intel Corp. processor. Apple's in-house chips, the memory is more deeply integrated into the main processor, making it harder to add more. Apple is then planning to follow up with more M4 Macs throughout 2025. That includes updates to the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Air by the spring, the Mac Studio around the middle of the year, and the Mac Pro later in 2025. The MacBook Air received the M3 chip last month, while the Mac Studio and Mac Pro were updated with M2 processors last year.

Fall Event 2024

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October Event  2024


  • MacBook Pro (Base) Model 

  • Mac Mini

M4 Pro's 

  • Mac Mini

  • Macbook Pro

M4 Max

  • Macbook Pro


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