The Apple Vision Pro is powered by an M2 chip equipped with ten GPU cores and eight CPU cores – the same chip used in Apple’s higher-end MacBook Air models according to a post on X (the social network formerly known as Twitter) by Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman.
Hearing the M2 chip in the Vision Pro is the higher end variant with 10 GPU cores and 8 CPU cores. Separately, Apple Card Installments will indeed be an option at checkout online and at retail stores. https://t.co/MPsLc1TIca
Although Apple announced early on that its new mixed reality headset is powered by an M2 processor, but it wasn’t clear until now which variant of the chip Apple would be using.
Apple uses the M2 chip in both of its current 13.6- and 15.3-inch MacBook Air models. While the M2 is built on 5-nanometer technology and has an 8-core CPU, like the M1, it offers support for eight or ten GPU cores, up from seven or eight in the M1.
Apple’s $3,499 Vision Pro will launch on February 2 with what is considered a previous-generation processor, given that Apple has since released M3-powered 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.
While the M2 chip in Vision Pro is responsible for processing content running the visionOS operating system, executing…
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