The chassis is 100% recycled aluminum for better environmental performance. It sports an XDR Liquid Retina Display to make PhotoShopping and video updates look as good as possible. For peripherals, it supports four external visual displays with an HDMI interface as well as Thunderbolt 4 and an SDXC slot.
All new power in an aluminum chassis adds up to a 16-core CPU and a more powerful 40-core GPU with the M3 Max. Apple says the new MacBook Pro line is up to 11 times faster than previous Intel-based MacBook Pros. Surprisingly, with all the new updates and powerful M2 Macs coming out soon, you’d expect prices to rise, but the new MacBook Pro starts at $1,599 for the 14-inch model and $2,499 for the 16-inch model. The M3 and M3 Pro-powered models are available to order now and will be available next week. The M3 Max models will hit the shelves in November.