Apple Mac Studio and Mac Pro introduced with M2 Ultra chip

Apple announced new Mac Studio models with M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips at its WWDC conference today and a new Mac Pro.
Apple Mac Studio M2 Max M2 Ultra

Apple announced new Mac Studio models with M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips at its WWDC conference today. The new M2 Ultra chip features a 24-core CPU, a 76-core GPU, a 32-core Neural Engine, and support for up to 192GB of shared memory. According to Apple, the new Mac Studio with the M2 Ultra chip is up to three times faster than the previous Mac Studio with the M1 Ultra chip.

The new Mac Studio shares the same overall design as the original model. It does, however, have a higher-bandwidth HDMI port that supports up to 8K displays at 240Hz. On the back are four Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, an HDMI port, and two USB-A ports. You also get two USB-C ports and an SD card slot on the front.

Like the new Mac Pro and the latest MacBook Pro and Mac mini models, Mac Studio now supports faster Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3. The new Mac Studio is available for pre-order today and will ship and be in stores by Tuesday, June 13th. Pricing continues to start at $1,999 or €2,399 in Europe for the model with the M2 Max chip.

Apple introduces new Mac Pro with M2 Ultra chipset

Apple has also updated the Mac Pro with the brand new M2 Ultra chipset. The Ultra chip has a 24 core CPU, up to 76 GPU cores and support for up to 192 GB of memory. According to Apple, the new Mac Pro is up to three times faster than the fastest Intel-based Mac Pro.

In terms of design, on the other hand, little has changed compared to the previous model based on Intel silicon. The tower is equipped with eight Thunderbolt 4 ports, two HDMI ports, six PCIe slots and two 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports. A rack version is also still available. Like the new Mac Studio and the latest MacBook Pro and Mac mini models, Mac Pro now supports faster Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3.

The new Mac Pro is available to order today and will begin shipping Tuesday, June 13th. In the US, prices start at $6,999 (€8,299 in Europe). The Intel-based predecessor, on the other hand, started at $5,999.

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