Every MacBook From Apple Will Be AI-Powered From Now On, Based On M4 Processor


Radhika Kajarekar

Radhika Kajarekar

Apr 16, 2024


With a new generation of internal CPUs aimed at showcasing artificial intelligence, Apple is getting ready to completely revamp its whole Mac lineup.

Every MacBook From Apple Will Be AI-Powered From Now On, Based On M4 Processor

The M4 processor, the next generation of processors, is almost ready for production.

Read on to find out all the details!

Apple To Overhaul Entire Mac Lineup

There will be at least three primary types of M4 chips available. Additionally, Apple intends to include the M4 chip in every Mac model.

Apple updated its selection in response to a 27% decline in Mac sales during the previous fiscal year.

The October launch event that was centered around M3 didn’t result in significant gains in performance.

All of Apple’s products, including the upcoming Macs, are intended to include AI capabilities. It is anticipated that the upgraded PCs would start to be distributed in late 2018 and continue into early 2019.

With the M4 CPUs, there will be a rapid renewal schedule for the iMac and MacBook Pro lines. Throughout 2025, more M4 Macs are expected to be released. The M4 chip family comes in three variants: the entry-level Donan, the more potent Brava, and the top-tier Hidra.

Apple To Showcase M4 CPUs’ AI Computing

As per reports, Apple also intends to showcase the M4 CPUs’ AI computing power.

The Mac Pro, the pinnacle of Apple desktop computers, will receive the new Hidra chip. It is being considered by Apple to enable up to half a terabyte of memory on its most expensive Mac desktop computers.

The maximum RAM available in the current Mac Studio and Mac Pro is 192 GB. This year, Apple is concentrating on integrating new AI features into all of its products. Apple Silicon is the project behind the company’s move to in-house semiconductors.

The initiative seeks to phase out Intel processors and combine hardware and software. The Arm Holdings Plc architecture, which powers iPad and iPhone processors, is also the foundation for Apple’s Mac CPUs.

With the success of switching to Apple’s own CPUs, slimmer devices with longer battery lives are now possible.


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