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On the outside, the MacBook Pro 2023 is no different than its predecessor from 2021. Only the inner values ​​have changed and the first reviews show how this affects everyday use.

Apple has the new MacBook Pro 2023 entered the race with the well-known design, as was expected. The M2 Pro / M2 Max is now at work inside. The first reviews assess what changes in everyday performance for MacBook buyers.

At the end of 2021, the MacBook Pro with M1 Max was the choice of buyers who wanted to combine maximum performance and runtime, that changed in 2023, writes such as the rather sober reporting magazine The Vergeh. The M2 Pro/Max boosts performance by 20% on CPU and 30% on GPU operations. That’s not a big jump, so buyers of an Intel or AMD system can get more performance in 2023.

Thus, the MacBook Pro with M1 Max remains the best compromise between performance and runtime.

This is indeed impressive, as does Engadget written down: The previous model achieved a runtime of 12:36 hours in their test setup. The MacBook Pro 2023 achieved a runtime of 15:10 hours here.

Faster WiFi

The new MacBook Pro is equipped with Wi-Fi 6e. That allows faster speeds, so CNET. With the new model, 483 MB/s in the download were achieved in the test, while only 392 MB/s were possible with Wi-Fi 6 in the same environment. This difference may be due to the better utilization of the available frequencies, as that is the only difference between Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6e.

Other assessments advise customers with less extreme requirements to buy a MacBook Air. Anyone who has to export 4K or 8K content, for example, will be impressed by the MacBook Pro 2023, which hardly causes the user any significant waiting times.

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