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MacBook Pro: The Best Laptop Just Got Even Better
Apple has officially launched the M3 iMac and the new MacBook Pro models worldwide following last week's Scary Fast event. While the M3 iMac comes with an entry-level processor, the MacBook Pro offers users a wide range of options, with different chips available for the 14-inch and 16-inch versions.
MacBook Pro with M3 Max Chip Impresses Reviewers
Reviewers, including BGR, have taken a closer look at the MacBook Pro with the M3 Max chip, and the results are outstanding. With a revamped GPU, the MacBook Pro remains the top choice for demanding users who require complex video editing, coding, or 3D modeling.
Battery Life and Display Improvements
Apple has also made improvements to battery life on select configurations. The 14-inch M3 and the 16-inch M3 Pro models can now last up to 22 hours without a charge. Additionally, the standard display is now brighter, with up to 600 nits – a 20% improvement compared to its predecessor.
Familiar Features and Convenient Charging
The MacBook Pro retains all the features that users love, including three Thunderbolt ports, a faster HDMI port, an SD card slot, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The convenience of charging the laptop with a MagSafe cable, making it drop-proof, is also a standout feature.
M3 iMac: Twice as Fast with Updated Processor
Apple has focused on updating the processor for the M3 iMac while keeping the same design as the 2021 model. The company claims that this new iMac is twice as fast as its predecessor. Reviewers have praised the machine, although some are eagerly awaiting new Magic accessories with USB-C ports. Currently, the iMac is sold with the Lightning Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse, and Magic Trackpad.
Availability and Expansion
Consumers can now purchase the new M3 iMac and MacBook Pro models at their nearest Apple Store. Apple plans to expand the availability of these machines to more countries over the next few weeks, so stay tuned for updates.
About the Author: José is a Tech News Reporter at BGR. He has previously covered Apple and iPhone news for 9to5Mac and worked as a producer and web editor for Latin America broadcaster TV Globo. Based in Brazil, José brings his expertise and passion for technology to his reporting.
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