Apple unveiled the new 14-inch MacBook Pro today. This can be done with the new chips called M2 Pro and M2 Max be equipped. There are also various options for the size of the main memory and the SSD memory to choose from. In this article you will find the technical data of the new 14″ MacBook Pro (2023) as well as the individual prices, which range between 2.399 euros and 7.379 euros.
For comparison: Apple MacBook Pro 14″ (2021) with M1 Pro or M1 Max
Chapter in this post:
- 1 Apple MacBook Pro 14 ″ (2023) Specifications
- 2 This is new for the Apple MacBook Pro 14″ from 2023
- 3 Apple's statements on the MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max
- 4 Apple MacBook Pro with M2 Pro chip
- 5 Apple MacBook Pro with M2 Max chip
- 6 Apple MacBook Pro 14″ (2023) prices – costs depending on equipment
- 7 Apple M2 Pro with 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU
- 8 Apple M2 Pro with 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU
- 9 Apple M2 Max with 12-core CPU and 30-core GPU
- 10 Apple M2 Max with 12-core CPU and 38-core GPU
- 11 Similar posts
Apple MacBook Pro 14 ″ (2023) Technical Specifications
Instead of a live keynote or a video broadcast, Apple today announced the new models of the MacBook Pro (and the Mac mini) through press releases and a YouTube video. At the same time, the new versions of the M2 chip, the M2 Pro and the M2 Max, were also presented. The new models of the MacBook Pro can be equipped with both. There are also different configurations - for the number of CPU and GPU cores as well as in terms of RAM and hard drive. Overall, the following technical data result for the new MacBook Pro with a 14-inch display:
- Manufacturer: Apple
- Model: MacBook Pro 14 ″ (2023)
- Device type: laptop
- Colors: silver and space gray
- Dimensions closed (H x W x D): 1,55 cm x 31,26 cm x 22,12 cm
- Weight (M2 Pro model): 1,6 kg
- Weight (M2 Max model): 1,63 kg
- Display: 14,2-inch (35,97 cm) diagonal Liquid Retina XDR display
- Display resolution: 3.024 x 1.964 pixels @ 254 ppi
- Display specs: Mini-LED with different lighting zones, XDR as an extreme dynamic range, continuously up to 1.000 nits and 1.600 nits of peak brightness, 1 billion colors in the P3 color space, True Tone technology
- Display contrast: 1.000.000: 1
- ProMotion: dynamic refresh rate up to 120 Hz; settable rates of 47,95 Hz, 48 Hz, 50 Hz, 59,94 Hz and 60 Hz
- Camera: 1080p FaceTime camera in a notch
- Audio: 3 studio quality microphones, 6 hi-fi speakers
- Operating system: macOS 13 Ventura
- System on Chip: Apple M2 Pro or Apple M2 Max
- M2 Pro configurations: CPU with 10 or 12 cores and GPU with 16 or 19 cores
- M2 Max configurations: CPU with 12 cores and GPU with 30 or 38 cores
- Shared memory: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB or 96 GB
- Neural Engine: 16-core in all configurations
- Memory bandwidth: 200 GB / s (M2 Pro) or 400 GB / s (M2 Max)
- Media Engine: ProRes and ProRes RAW, H.264 with hardware acceleration, HEVC, engine for encoding and decoding video, engine for encoding and decoding ProRes
- Internal storage: 512 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB, 4 TB or 8 TB
- Battery life: up to 18 hours of playback from Apple TV or up to 12 hours of Internet use via WLAN
- Charging interface: MagSafe 3
- Physical interfaces: HDMI, SDXC card slot, 3,5mm headphone jack, 3x Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C with compatibility for charging, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt 4 and USB 4)
- Wireless connection: Bluetooth 5.3 and 802.11ax WLAN 6E with support for IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Scope of delivery: 14 ″ MacBook Pro, USB-C to MagSafe cable, USB-C power adapter (depending on the configuration with 67 watts or 96 watts)
This is new for the Apple MacBook Pro 14″ from 2023
"MacBook Pro now supports Wi-Fi 6E for faster wireless connections and more advanced HDMI for 8K displays up to 60Hz and 4K displays up to 240Hz“, It says in the press release to the new professional laptop from Apple. A number of other innovations result from the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, which were also presented today. I have given you the most important values for these already summarized here.
"The MacBook Pro with Apple chips changed everything, giving pros the power to take their workflows to the next level on the go and do things they never thought possible on a laptop"Said Greg Joswiak, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. "And today, the MacBook Pro gets even better. With faster performance, better connectivity, and the longest battery life ever in a Mac, paired with the best display in a laptop, it's unlike any other."
In particular, the new MacBook Pro models with M2 Max should once again push the boundaries of what is possible. Both at the desk and on the go, this chip can access up to 38 GPU cores, which means 30% more graphics performance than the Max M1 should take care of. What is also new is that up to 96 GB of RAM can be used - as shared memory by both the CPU and the GPU unit. This should bring the necessary performance, especially for graphics-intensive tasks. And with maximum efficiency.
Apple's statements on the MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max
The press release linked above also compares the new chip equipment in Apple's professional laptops with the previous models. These comparison statements are intended to help clarify the performance increase over past laptops. The following points are mentioned:
Apple MacBook Pro with M2 Pro chip
- Rendering titles and animations in Motion is up to 80 percent faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 20 percent faster than the previous generation.
- Compiling in Xcode is up to 2,5 times faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 25 percent faster than the previous generation.
- Image processing in Adobe Photoshop is up to 80 percent faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 40 percent faster than the previous generation.
Apple MacBook Pro with M2 Max chip
- Effects rendering in Cinema 4D is up to 6 times faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 30 percent faster than the previous generation.
- Color correction in DaVinci Resolve is up to 2x faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 30 percent faster than the previous generation.
Apple MacBook Pro 14″ (2023) prices – costs depending on equipment
As shown above, there are various configuration options for the new Apple MacBook Pro with a 14-inch display. Accordingly, different prices are called up. In the following overviews you will find the respective costs that you can expect depending on the configuration of the laptops. By the way, you can now order from Apple; The new devices will be commercially available from January 24, 2023.
Apple M2 Pro with 10 core CPU and 16 core GPU
|16 GB RAM||32 GB RAM|
|512GB SSD storage||2.399,00 €||2.859,00 €|
|1 TB SSD storage||2.629,00 €||3.089,00 €|
|2 TB SSD storage||3.089,00 €||3.549,00 €|
|4 TB SSD storage||3.799,00 €||4.239,00 €|
|8 TB SSD storage||5.159,00 €||5.619,00 €|
Apple M2 Pro with 12 core CPU and 19 core GPU
|16 GB RAM||32 GB RAM|
|512GB SSD storage||2.769,00 €||3.229,00 €|
|1 TB SSD storage||2.999,00 €||3.459,00 €|
|2 TB SSD storage||3.459,00 €||3.919,00 €|
|4 TB SSD storage||4.149,00 €||4.609,00 €|
|8 TB SSD storage||5.529,00 €||5.989,00 €|
Apple M2 Max with 12 core CPU and 30 core GPU
|32 GB RAM||64 GB RAM|
|512GB SSD storage||3.469,00 €||3.929,00 €|
|1 TB SSD storage||3.699,00 €||4.159,00 €|
|2 TB SSD storage||4.159,00 €||4.619,00 €|
|4 TB SSD storage||4.849,00 €||5.309,00 €|
|8 TB SSD storage||6.229,00 €||6.689,00 €|
Apple M2 Max with 12 core CPU and 38 core GPU
|32 GB RAM||64 GB RAM||96 GB RAM|
|512GB SSD storage||3.699,00 €||4.159,00 €||4.619,00 €|
|1 TB SSD storage||3.929,00 €||4.389,00 €||4.849,00 €|
|2 TB SSD storage||4.389,00 €||4.849,00 €||5.309,00 €|
|4 TB SSD storage||5.079,00 €||5.539,00 €||5.999,00 €|
|8 TB SSD storage||6.459,00 €||6.919,00 €||7.379,00 €|
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.