All with processor Mac models are limited to a combined 16GB of RAM. Of course, more memory gives users more possibilities for multitasking. M1X MacBook Pro models were expected to offer 64 GB RAM support, but the latest claims are that half of it. 32GB RAM support will be offered.
This limitation YouTuber Luke Miani and assuming this is due to the M1X chip, in the fourth quarter of the year We can assume that the upgraded Mac mini that will be announced alongside the redesigned MacBook Pro lineup will also be limited to 32GB of RAM.
Applications running on macOS can be optimized when it comes to proper memory management. Plus, more RAM allows memory-hungry tasks to run in harmony. This statement from Miani may suggest that the larger Apple Silicon iMac with the rumored M2X chipset may also be limited to 32GB of RAM. But the YouTuber does not talk about it. We hope that Apple won’t introduce this limitation when it launches workstation-level hardware with a series of dedicated chipsets in the coming years.
Along with the fact that the redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch M1X MacBook Pro models should come with MagSafe charging, an HDMI port and mini LED displays, it would make you forget the 32GB RAM limitation assuming the rumor was true. There’s also the possibility that portable Macs will have a UHS-II card reader that allows compatible storage cards to achieve data transfer speeds of up to 312MB/s.