The Mac Pro is the last model in the entire Mac range to not be powered with an Apple Silicon chip, reports AppleInsider.
While rumours claimed that the tech giant is working on one for release next year, it might not be as powerful as formerly believed.
The model was believed to use an ‘M2 Extreme’ chip, which is a more advanced version of the Ultra chip that combines two M2 Ultra chips onto a single silicon piece.
Theoretically, the chip could have provided 48 CPU cores and 152 GPU cores, but that apparently won’t be happening.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the company is pulling back from providing a Mac Pro with an Extreme chip inside due to production issues.
The manufacturing of the chip is halted due to concerns about its cost and complexity, therefore the expensive Mac Pro model is scrapped, the report said.
Meanwhile, it was reported that the tech giant will launch its new MacBook Pro models and the latest iMac next year.