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Apple Unveils New M3 Mac Series

New Apple Events for iMac

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After the event about the iPhone 15 and Apple Watches in September, which makes us conclude the iPhone 15 Series & New Apple Watch Key Points. Apple’s “Scary Fast” event came eventually, but it did not introduce the newest iPad as rumor said ——— what was showcased was a refreshed 24-inch iMac & MacBook.

The boosted Powerful Predecessors: M3 Chips Line

M3: An eight-core CPU featuring four high-performance cores and four efficiency cores, delivering up to 35% faster performance compared to the M1, and up to 20% faster than the M2. Equipped with a 10-core GPU that boasts up to 65% faster graphics performance than the M1 and up to 20% faster than the M2.

M3 Pro: Empowered with up to 36GB of RAM, and a 12-core CPU (including six high-performance cores and six efficiency cores), offering up to 20% faster performance than the M1 Pro. It boasts an 18-core GPU, providing up to 40% faster graphics performance than the M1 Pro and up to 10% faster than the M2 Pro.

M3 Max: Featuring up to an impressive 128GB of RAM, and a 16-core CPU (with twelve high-performance cores and four efficiency cores), delivering up to 80% faster performance than the M1 Max and up to 50% faster than the M2 Max. Equipped with a formidable 40-core GPU, offering up to 50% faster graphics performance than the M1 Max and 20% faster than the M2 Max.

Colorful iMacs with M3 Chip

Introducing the upgraded 24-inch iMac, now powered by the lightning-fast M3 chip, delivering double the performance of its M1-equipped predecessor. This refreshed iMac boasts a stunning 4.5K Retina display, showcasing over 1 billion vibrant colors. It embraces Wi-Fi 6E for seamless connectivity and boasts a high-quality 1080p webcam.

With up to 24GB of unified memory, this iMac ensures smooth multitasking. It’s available in seven exquisite colors: green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver. Additionally, the iMac comes with perfectly matched accessories, although they still feature Lightning connectors.

Choose from the $1,299 option with an eight-core CPU or the $1,499 version with a formidable 10-core chip.”

Updated 14”/16” MacBook Pro with M3

Starting at $1,599, the 14-inch MacBook Pro with M3 is $400 cheaper than the previous entry-level 14-inch model. Featured a mini LED display, a 1080p camera, a six-speaker sound system, 22 hours of battery life, and up to 128GB of RAM, they’re also available in a space black finish with a new coating that’s supposed to help reduce fingerprints as well as a silver option.

The new iMac & MacBooks are being pre-ordered, and available on Nov.7 th.






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