Apple Introduces New 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pro with M3 Processors

Apple Introduces New 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pro with M3 Processors

Apple Introduces New 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pro with M3 Processors. Apple just revealed their new 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pro computers, which include the company’s latest M3 CPUs. The base variant of the new 14′′ MacBook Pro includes the regular M3 chip but does not include the Touch Bar, and it is the natural successor to the 13′′ M1 MacBook Pro with a larger form factor and a higher price.

Apple Introduces New 14′′ and 16′′ MacBook Pro with M3 Processors

The new M3 CPUs offer significant improvements over the previous generation on the inside, while the new laptops (M3 Pro and M3 Max choices) come with a Space Black option, which is darker than Space Grey and less of a fingerprint magnet.

According to Apple, the 16-inch MacBook Pro with M3 Pro can last 22 hours on a single charge, but the 14-inch variants have a lower battery and the M3 Max models will cut battery duration in half for both computers.

The new MacBook Pro laptops include the same I/O as the M2 models, including three Thunderbolt 14 ports, an HDMI port, an SD card reader, and MagSafe connection charging. Meanwhile, the screens are believed to have a brightness of 600 nits, which is 20% higher than the previous version.

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The entry-level 14′′ M3 MacBook Pro starts at $1,599 with 8GB Unified Storage and 512GB storage, with the 1TB version costing $200 extra. Similarly, the 14-inch MacBook Pro with M3 Pro starts at $1,999 with 18GB Unified Storage and 512GB storage, but it can be upgraded to 1TB with a 96W USB-C Power adapter for $2,399.

The M3 Max with 36GB Unified Storage and 1TB storage is the flagship laptop, which costs $3,199. Meanwhile, the 16-inch MacBook Pro starts at $2,499 for M3 Pro, 18GB Unified Storage, 512GB storage, and a 140W USB-C Power adapter, while the 36GB Unified Storage model starts at $2,899.

The M3 Max also comes in two flavours: $3,499 with 36GB Unified Storage and $3,999 with 48GB Unified Storage.

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