Apple today introduced the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M2 Pro and M2 Max chip. It is a next-generation Apple chip that is distinguished by even greater energy efficiency and better battery performance for specialized tasks. Thanks to the M2 Pro and M2 Max - the most powerful and efficient chip in laptops for professional users - MacBook Pro easily handles the toughest tasks. Rendering effects takes up to 6x less time than on the fastest MacBook Pro with an Intel chip, and color grading takes up to 2x less time. The unprecedented energy efficiency of the Apple chip translates into the performance of the MacBook Pro battery, which now lasts up to 22 hours - the longest in the history of a Mac. The new MacBook Pro delivers better connectivity with Wi-Fi 6E that's up to twice as fast as the previous generation,
A modern HDMI port that supports 8K displays for the first time. With up to 96GB of unified RAM on the M2 Max model, creators can work on stages so large they can't even Switzerland Phone Number List run on PC laptops. The MacBook Pro is a one-of-a-kind computer complete with a brilliant Liquid Retina XDR display, a rich array of ports, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, six speakers, and studio-grade microphones. Add to this the macOS Ventura system, which makes working on the MacBook Pro incomparable to anything else. Customers can order the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro today. Both models will be available from Tuesday, January 24. With the M2 Pro and M2 Max chip, MacBook Pro transforms the way professionals from artists to scientists to application developers work.
Users who are considering upgrading from an Intel-based Mac will see an even greater increase in performance, battery life and overall productivity. Plus, MacBook Pro maintains consistent performance whether it's plugged in or running on battery. The MacBook Pro with the M2 Pro chip has a 10- or 12-core CPU with up to eight performance cores and four energy-saving cores, which means up to 20 percent more performance than with the M1 Pro chip. With a unified memory bandwidth of 200GB/s - twice that of the M2 chip - and up to 32GB of unified RAM, users can quickly complete complex projects and run multiple professional applications simultaneously. Up to next-generation 19-core GPUs deliver up to 30 percent faster graphics performance.
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