Top-end MacBook Pro now costs $7,200

Details about the new model on M3 Max

The top-of-the-line 16-inch MacBook Pro with M3 Max SoC costs $7,200 if you opt for all upgrades. Previously, the price was $6,499, but with support for 128GB unified memory, the maximum memory now costs $1,000.

The top-of-the-line 16-inch MacBook Pro has a base price of $4,000 and includes a 16-core processor, 40-core GPU, 48GB of unified memory, and a 1TB SSD. A full memory upgrade costs $1,000, and opting for an 8TB SSD adds another $2,200. The 14-inch MacBook Pro can be purchased with the same upgraded specifications for $6,899.

Top-end MacBook Pro now costs $7,200

MacBook Pro
MacBook Pro

The 128GB unified memory is only available with the M3 Max chip. The M3 chip is limited to 24GB of unified memory, the same as the M2 chip, while the M2 Pro supports up to 36GB of unified memory.

New MacBook Pro models can already be ordered from the Apple online store. The M3 and M3 Pro models will arrive to customers next week, while the M3 Max models will arrive later in November.

The announcement took place tonight .

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