Apple Macbooks have stayed on the top spot in the tech-market. With every launch, the Apple audience expects something different. Though the last Macbooks weren’t quite dissimilar to each other. But the new Apple Macbook Pro could become way more exciting with new AMD GPU series.
The rumours say that Apple manufacturers could use the not-yet announced new AMD Graphics RX 6700 series.
The graphics-card company AMD is all set to announce its new series range including Radeon RX 6700 XT and Radeon RX 6700. These graphic cards will be based on RDNA 2 architecture, which is also known as Big Navi. To our knowledge, AMD will be seen collaborating with Apple in its exclusive mobile versions of the graphics card for the 16-inch Apple Macbook Pro.
New Units For Every MacBook
As seen previously, Apple sources hardware from multiple allies for its device usage. The latest Macbook Pro with 16-inches also uses the Radeon Pro 5600M, which came as a pleasant surprise for users. So, using the Radeon RX 6700 and RX 6700 XT for its upcoming laptops wouldn’t be unusual from the company.
There are also some reports about the M1X Chip, which makes it even more exciting that the upcoming Macbook Pro will feature this chip as well. The powerful new M1X chip is going to be integrated in the Macbook Pro models. However, the M1X-powered chips are not expected before the mid-2021.
This graphics card collection is majorly based on RDNA 2 which will build on Navi 22 GPUs. The Apple launch with RX AMD series is not yet confirmed until January 2021. But we will know about it until next year, along with the desktop release of AMD versions.
Apple might be the first company ever to feature the AMD new GPU series, with of course the other thrilling changes in the Apple Macbook Pro.