Apple’s Upcoming M3 Max Chip Set to Redefine MacBook Performance, But Don’t Anticipate a 2023 Release
Apple is reportedly testing the M3 Max chip, a high-end variant of its upcoming M3 chip, which is expected to power next-generation Mac products like the MacBook Pro. According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, a third-party Mac developer discovered references to the M3 Max chip in Apple’s test logs.
The M3 Max chip is said to feature a 16-core CPU with 12 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores. It will also include a 40-core GPU, a slight increase from its predecessor, the M2 Max, which had 8 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores.