Barely a year after the launch of the M2 Max MacBook Pro, which surpassed rival laptops in power and efficiency, Apple is back with an updated version, the M3 Max, launched alongside machines with lower-tier M3 and M3 Pro chips.
It’s an unusual move for the US tech giant, whose products usually have a longer life cycle than just 10 months, but nonetheless the M2 Max is old news. The M3 Max brings a new 3-nanometre silicon architecture and four more performance cores (a total of 12) over its predecessor.
The M3 Max MacBook Pro comes with either a 14-inch or 16-inch display. This review is of the larger size that has highest-tier configuration, with 128GB of unified memory.
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