Apple has just introduced its two latest MacBook Pro 2023 models with “homegrown” Apple M2 Pro or M2 Max processor chips, with the promise of impressive performance.
According to SlashGear, while they may look no different from current MacBook Pro models on the outside, on the inside, things get really interesting not just the chip itself, but many other components as well.
‘s most powerful and efficient chips The brightest point on the MacBook Pro 2023 series is the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, which Apple advertises as ” the world for professional laptops”. Compared to the latest Intel-based MacBook Pro, Apple says the new chips are 6x faster at rendering effects, 2x faster color grading, up to 2.5x faster compilation in Xcode, and image processing Adobe Photoshop is up to 80% faster.
According to Apple, the M2 Pro and M2 Max perform tasks about 20-40% faster than their predecessor chips developed by Apple. M2 Pro has 10 or 12 CPU cores, with up to 8 high-performance cores and 4 high-performance cores, combining 19 GPU cores. Meanwhile, the M2 Max has 12 CPU cores with a performance improvement of up to 20% compared to the MacBook Pro with the M1 Max, combining up to 38 GPU cores to increase graphics performance by up to 30% compared to the M1 Max.
In addition to impressive performance, the MacBook Pro 2023 also brings many other improvements. The product still comes with 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports with MagSafe 3 for charging and an SDXC card slot, but the HDMI port now supports 8K displays up to 60 Hz and 4K displays up to 240 Hz.
In addition, the MacBook Pro 2023 also supports Wi-Fi 6E to provide faster wireless networking. Apple said that if users have the right router, they can see twice as much bandwidth. Battery life is now up to 22 hours, depending on the configuration.
The MacBook Pro 2023 offers a 14-inch or 16-inch Liquid Retina XDR display, along with a FaceTime HD 1,080p camera in the notch and a 6-speaker audio system. The starting price for the 14-inch version is $1,999, while the 16-inch version is $2,499. Apple has started accepting orders for these products with the promise to hit shelves from January 24, 2023.