The last PC in Apple’s range will move to the Apple Silicon platform in the foreseeable future.
Journalist and insider Mark Gurman says Apple is working on the M2 Extreme SoC that will power the all-new Mac Pro. If we talk about the current line of Apple PCs, this is the only model left on the Intel CPU. You can also remember the iMac Pro, but now Apple does not sell it at all, and it is unclear whether this model will ever return in a new form.
Two platforms are being prepared for the new Mac Pro: M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme. Whether the M2 Extreme will be two M2 Ultras combined is still unclear, but the M1 Ultra is two M1 Maxs combined. In any case, of the new SoCs, Apple has only M2 so far.
If you recall the early data, then the Mac Pro was credited with a platform with 40 processor cores and 128 GPU cores. This is just twice as much as the M1 Ultra.