Apple Resources - Apple Silicon
http://edu-observatory.org/olli/Apple_Resources/Silicon.html


    
Apple's M1 Silicon (completely different class of product)
  https://www.apple.com/business/mac/pdf/Apple-at-Work-M1-Overview.pdf 
Introducing M1 Pro and M1 Max: the most powerful chips Apple has ever built
  https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2021/10/introducing-m1-pro-and-m1-max-the-most-powerful-chips-apple-has-ever-built/

  "M1 has transformed our most popular systems with incredible
  performance, custom technologies, and industry-leading power
  efficiency. No one has ever applied a system-on-a-chip
  design to a pro system until today with M1 Pro and M1 Max,"
  said Johny Srouji, Apple's senior vice president of Hardware
  Technologies. "With massive gains in CPU and GPU
  performance, up to six times the memory bandwidth, a new
  media engine with ProRes accelerators, and other advanced
  technologies, M1 Pro and M1 Max take Apple silicon even
  further, and are unlike anything else in a pro notebook."
 
Apple silicon M1 chip REVEALED! (Full Mac presentation  7+ min)
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSA2lCyP1e8
Apple silicon M1 Pro/Max  4+ min)
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJrncLIwXHE

Apple silicon M2 chip
  https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2022/06/apple-unveils-m2-with-breakthrough-performance-and-capabilities/



Tech Specs - Browse Tech Specs by Product
  https://support.apple.com/specs
Apple Silicon  
  https://developer.apple.com/documentation/apple-silicon   



  
M1-series Apple Silicon chips (5nm 1st Gen)
  Family    CPU               GPU          Neural Eng  Memory 
  ----------------------------------------------------------
  M1        4 P, 4 E cores,   8 core GPU, 16 core NE,  16 GB
  M1 Pro    8 P, 2 E cores,  16 core GPU, 16 core NE,  32 GB
  M1 Max    8 P, 2 E cores,  32 core GPU, 16 core NE,  64 GB 
  M1 Ultra 16 P, 4 E cores,  64 core GPU, 32 core NE, 128 GB

  
M2-series Apple Silicon chips (5nm 2nd Gen)
  Family   CPU               GPU          Neural Eng  Memory 
  ----------------------------------------------------------
  M2        4 P, 4 E cores,  10 core GPU, 16 core NE,  24 GB 
  M1 Pro    8 P, 2 E cores,  20 core GPU, 16 core NE,  48 GB
  M1 Max    8 P, 2 E cores,  40 core GPU, 16 core NE,  96 GB 
  M1 Ultra 20 P, 4 E cores,  80 core GPU, 32 core NE, 192 GB

 
 
M3-series Apple Silicon chips (3nm) - 2023?

M4-series Apple Silicon chips (2nm) - 2026?


     
     
 
 
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