Apple bypasses the M2 IMACs and directly targets the M3s.

The company is also releasing new M3 MacBooks

During their Scary Fast online-only event on October 30, Apple unveiled its new M3 Mac processors in the evening. Preorders for the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models and the new 24-inch iMac are currently being accepted, according to the firm. Nearly a year has passed since Apple debuted its flagship M2 Pro/Max MacBooks, but aside from the M1 model’s arrival in April 2021, the firm hasn’t made any significant changes to its iMac lineup.

According to Apple, the new M3 processors outperform the M2s by up to 20%. These chips are now the “thinnest” to be found in any desktop or laptop computer thanks to the M3 Max processor’s 16 CPU cores (12 performance, 4 efficiency), 40 GPU cores, 128GB of unified memory, 16-core Neural Engine, and innovative 3-nanometer (nm) production process. The A17 Pro processors in the recently released iPhone 15 Pro are produced using the same procedures. In comparison to the two other M3 family processors, the M3 Pro has an 18-core GPU, an 8-core CPU (4 performance, 4 efficiency), and 24GB of unified memory. The M3 processor, on the other hand, is equipped with an 8-core CPU (4 performance, 4 efficiency), a 10-core GPU, and 24GB of uniform memory.

With the M3 CPUs, according to Apple, the MacBooks’ battery life may reach 22 hours, which is about 4 hours longer than some of the M2 versions we’ve evaluated in the previous year.

With both sizes, there’s a new Liquid Retina XDR (or Extreme Dynamic Range, as Apple puts it) that has a peak brightness rating of 1,600 nits and a sustained full-screen brightness of 1,000 nits. The brightness of an SDR can reach 600 nits.

Space Black is a new color option for the new Macbook Pro, which is available with an M3 Pro or M3 Max processor. a fingerprint-resistant dark aluminum finish created through the anodization process. Space Grey and Silver are the possible colors for MacBooks equipped with the entry-level M3 processor. Priced at $1,599 for the 14-inch M3 MacBook Pro and $2,499 for the 16-inch model.

Whether the new M3 Max can keep up with the Apple M2 Ultra, which is limited to the Mac Studio desktop, will be intriguing to see.

The new M3 CPU, which is twice as fast as an M1 iMac, and the 4.5K Retina display are the only significant upgrades to the Apple iMac lineup. The M1 iMac’s colour options—green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver—will also be available for the M3 iMac. At $1,299, you can preorder it right now.

If only Apple would reposition the mouse’s charging port now.

Prices may vary over time, but they were correct at the time this article was published.

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