Macs will be upgraded in the near future, according to reports. According to Bloomberg Analyst Mark Gurman, the new devices may debut in 2023. As of yet, Apple has not confirmed any details about the new machines. Despite the absence of an official announcement, an unknown Mac has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking site with the M2 Max chip. The details are below.

The Geekbench 5 database has revealed an unreleased Apple Mac, as reported by ShrimpApplePro on Twitter. There is a reference to “Mac14.6” being listed as the device’s name. It appears it will have an Apple M2 Max processor, which does not yet exist.

In addition to its 12-core CPU, the M2 Max chip is equipped with 96GB of RAM and 3.54GHz clock speed. In the single-core test, it scored 1853, and in the multi-core test, it scored 13855. According to Geekbench, the M1 Max chip on the MacBook Pro has 10 cores running at 3.2GHz and scores 1746 on one core and 12154 on multiple cores.

In terms of performance, the M2 Max chip is only about 14% faster than its predecessor. As a result, the alleged M2 Max will not be a significant upgrade over the M1 Max. Alternatively, Geekbench could have measured the chip’s performance inaccurately.

Earlier this year, Apple introduced the base M2 chip. Performance and speed are impressive on the new MacBook Air.  The chip is built on a 5-nanometer process node and has eight cores, four of which are performance cores and four of which are power efficiency cores. The device supports up to 24 GB of LPDDR5-6400 memory and has a 100GB/s bandwidth