Apple Inc has begun internal testing of several Mac models with the next-generation M2 chips, according to Bloomberg News on Thursday, citing developer records.
According to the records, the company is testing at least nine Mac models with four different M2-based chips - the successors to the current M1 line - with third-party apps in its app store.
According to reports, Apple is also testing a Mac mini with an M1 Pro processor, the same processor used in the MacBook Pros that are divided into 14 and 16. inches.
Apple introduced a faster processor for a new desktop in March, which is Apple's intention to expand its devices with microprocessors designed in the house.
Apple issued two new MacBook Pro models that come with more powerful in-house chips last year, extending their break from Intel Corp.
Apple was not immediately available for a comment from Reuters.