Apple plans to update its entire Mac device lineup with M4 processors by the end of 2024, Bloomberg reports citing sources familiar with the situation.

The new Mac lineup will be equipped with artificial intelligence. The new M4 chip will be introduced in at least three variants, named Donan, Brava, and Hidra. The first is planned to be used in entry-level MacBook Pros, MacBook Air, and Mac mini, the second will be installed in higher-end MacBook Pros, and the third in the Mac Pro.

Last fall, Apple introduced the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max chips, and now it has started developing a new processor.

After peaking, Mac sales fell by 27% for the 2022/23 fiscal year, and revenue during the festive New Year period from this series of devices remained unchanged. Apple attempted to breathe new life into the lineup by introducing the M3, but the chips did not bring significant performance improvements compared to the M2.

Last February, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the company is working on developing its own artificial intelligence, and announced that it would be available to users of the company’s products this year.