macOS 11.2 and macOS 11.3
According to the statistics, there are skyrockets in accesses with macOS 11.2 and 11.3. According to the latest reports on Apple’s alleged schedule, version 11.2 is likely to be a maintenance update, while 11.3 could run on the upcoming Pro Macs. From the known sources it was heard that the next Mac conversions are due in spring. While Apple has so far only provided the respective entry-level series with in-house chips, the next important step is likely to begin in March. Both the MacBook Pro 16 “and the iMac should then take the step away from Intel and towards Apple’s processors.
macOS 11.3 for upcoming Pro Macs?
Most likely, macOS 11.3 is the system version, which then runs on those Macs that use M-Chips and an additional graphics unit. In the past, major Mac updates were almost always associated with major macOS updates. Assuming that Apple will keep the normal rhythm, the update after next would go hand in hand with the expected start of sales in March or April.
According to the latest reports, the next generation of the iMac and the MacBook Pro will use 16 performance cores, the Mac Pro even 32. Apple offers its own graphics card for the iMac, and the Mac Pro even has up to 128 cores (see this message :).