These new versions of the Macbook Pro are equipped with Apple’s upgraded silicon chips, which provide better efficiency and performance than the previous generation. The M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, which had a 10-core CPU, 32-core GPU, and 16-core Neural Engine and supported 64GB of memory and high-speed 8TB SSD storage, were used in the previous generation of MacBook Pro models.
While the new M2 Max model has a 38-core GPU and capability for 96GB of unified memory, the M2 Pro model has a 12-core CPU, a 19-core GPU, and up to 32GB of unified memory. The M2 Pro chip features 20% more transistors than the M1 Pro chip and twice as many as the M2 chip. Additionally, it has a unified memory bandwidth of 200GB/s, which is twice as fast as the standard M2 chip. The M2 Max chip features a better GPU but the same 12-core CPU as the M2 Pro.
The most recent Mac models also come with features like Wi-Fi 6E3, the most recent Wi-Fi technology that offers faster speeds, better performance, and lower latency than Wi-Fi 6, and an advanced HDMI port that supports 8K displays at 60Hz and 4K displays at 240Hz. These features are in addition to the new chips. High-resolution video playback and fluid gaming experiences are made possible by this.
The updated keyboard and touch bar on the new MacBook Pro models provide a more comfortable typing experience and quick access to frequently used programmes and features. The larger battery found in the new versions offers longer energy life and enables users to work and play for longer periods of time without the need for a plug.
The most recent MacBook Pro models are made for professionals that need powerful equipment for their jobs. They are ideal for difficult activities like graphic design, music production, and video editing. Additionally, the new models come with cutting-edge security features like Touch ID and the Apple T2 security chip, which add an extra layer of security for customers’ private and business data.
Price & Availability
Prices for the 14-inch and 16-inch versions of the MacBook Pro with the M2 Pro chip begin at $1,999 and $2,499, respectively. The two models are now available for purchase online and will be made available at all Apple stores worldwide on January 24.