Apple has benefited from this of his last keynote of the year to present his new laptop reserved for for professionals: the MacBook Pro M3. The latter is accompanied by three new chips with great performance.
As many predicted: Apple's last conference allowed Apple to launch a new conference. the firm to present new M3, M3 Pro and M3 Max chips integrated into a new MacBook Pro computer. The latter is now the most powerful laptop in Apple's range and is available for pre-order today. from 1999 euros in France.
The new MacBook Pro M3. © Apple
Apple's last keynote was very short. The Cupertino firm has concentrated on its announcements on these new chips as well as on the performance of the MacBook Pro M3. The majority However, the comparisons carried out focused on computers with Intel processors as well as MacBook Pros equipped with an M1 chip. Apple therefore seems not to want to highlight the differences between the M3 chips and the M2 chips released a little over a year ago.
Always equipped with With a Liquid Retina XDR display, USB Thunderbolt ports and an integrated 1080p camera, the MacBook Pro M3 is capable of reaching 22 hours of ;autonomy according to the press release; official from Apple.
Among the performance increases mentioned, Apple specifies that the MacBook Pro M3 is capable of:
Performance in Final Cut Pro until 7.4x faster compared to the latest MacBook Pro with an Intel processor (the Intel Core i7 released in 2015).
From up to 100% code compilation speed 40% faster compared to MacBook Pro M1.
40% faster use of Excel spreadsheets compared to MacBook Pro M1. a MacBook Pro M1.
The three new chips engraved in 3nm at Apple. © Apple
The MacBook Pro M3 is now available order on
the official Apple website. The colors available are Space Gray, Silver and Space Black (reserved for the M3 Pro and M3 Max range). Count on 1,999 euros for the basic MacBook Pro M3 with 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage space. The highest configuration with M3 Max chip, 36 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage will cost you 3999 euros.