Apple’s Next-Generation M3 Max Chip to Hit the 2024 Market


Apple is embarking its steps on the next-generation MacBook processor. The tea spilled on the same says the company is in full swing to launch its M3 max chip in 2024. Currently, Apple is testing this chip with a 16-Core CPU and a 40-Core GPU. There is this presumption that 48GB will be added to the storage as of now MacBook Pro supports 96GB memory. The motive is to upgrade the M2 chip and start the 3-nanometer production of Mac chips which will raise battery life and quality performance. 

M3 max chip will be introduced in the new MacBook Pro Model  (J514) in the year 2024. The M3 chip has 16 central processing cores and 40 graphics cores, which is far better than the M2 line chip. As we all know that Apple has been facing a decline in the Mac market and this new launch is assumed to make improvements in the same. Apple has always been a company that improves the Intel chip for its Mac for better performance.

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This can also be called a marketing strategy pulled by Apple at this very moment to bring their users back. The company is constantly upgrading its hardware technology for the performance and efficiency of its products. Not only this, they are also testing their entire Mac line. 

The 14-inch and 16-inch laptops with M3 Pro and M3 Max chips are expected to touch the market grounds in October 2024. 

This new chip looks promising. Let’s wait together to see what Apple has to offer this time to its customers. For such pieces of information, keep an eye on our updates. You can post your queries in the comment down.

Aanchal Das

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