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MacBook Pro (Apple silicon)
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A MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2021)
DeveloperApple Inc.
ManufacturerFoxconn[1]
Pegatron[2]
Product familyMacBook
TypeNotebook
Release date
  • November 17, 2020; 2 years ago (2020-11-17) (13-inch with Touch Bar)
  • October 26, 2021 (2021-10-26) (14-inch and 16-inch)
Operating systemmacOS
System on a chip
PredecessorMacBook Pro (Intel-based)
Related
Websitewww.apple.com/macbook-pro

The MacBook Pro with Apple silicon is a line of Macintosh notebook computers first introduced in November 2020 by Apple Inc. It is the higher-end model of the MacBook family, sitting above the consumer-focused MacBook Air, and is currently sold with 13-inch, 14-inch, and 16-inch screens. All models use Apple-designed M series systems on a chip.

The first MacBook Pro with Apple silicon, based on the Apple M1, was released in November 2020.

The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros were released in October 2021. Powered by either M1 Pro or M1 Max chips, they are the first to be available only with an Apple silicon system on a chip. These models re-introduced elements from previous revisions which were removed in the 2016 Touch Bar MacBook Pro, such as MagSafe and hardware function keys.

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MacBook Pro

MacBook Pro

The MacBook Pro is a line of Mac laptops made by Apple Inc. Introduced in January 2006, it is the higher-end lineup in the MacBook family, sitting above the consumer-focused MacBook Air. It is currently sold with 13-inch, 14-inch, and 16-inch screens, all using Apple silicon M-series chips.

Apple silicon

Apple silicon

Apple silicon is a series of system on a chip (SoC) and system in a package (SiP) processors designed by Apple Inc., mainly using the ARM architecture. It is the basis of most new Mac computers as well as iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV, and Apple Watch, and of products such as AirPods, HomePod, HomePod Mini, and AirTag.

Laptop

Laptop

A laptop computer or notebook computer, also known as a laptop or notebook for short, is a small, portable personal computer (PC). Laptops typically have a clamshell form factor with a flat panel screen on the inside of the upper lid and an alphanumeric keyboard on the inside of the lower lid, although 2-in-1 PCs with a detachable keyboard are often marketed as laptops or as having a "laptop mode". The internal hardware is fitted inside the lower lid enclosure under the keyboard, and it's not uncommon for laptops to have a pointing device such as a trackpad or trackpoint. Many modern laptops also have a built-in webcam and even a touch-screen display.

Apple Inc.

Apple Inc.

Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, United States. Apple is the largest technology company by revenue and, as of June 2022, is the world's biggest company by market capitalization, the fourth-largest personal computer vendor by unit sales and second-largest mobile phone manufacturer. It is one of the Big Five American information technology companies, alongside Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Meta (Facebook), and Microsoft.

MacBook

MacBook

The MacBook is a brand of Mac notebook computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc. that use Apple's macOS operating system since 2006. It replaced the PowerBook and iBook brands during the Mac transition to Intel processors, announced in 2005. The current lineup consists of the MacBook Air (2008–present) and the MacBook Pro (2006–present). Two different lines simply named "MacBook" existed from 2006 to 2012 and 2015 to 2019.

MacBook Air

MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is a line of laptop computers developed and manufactured by Apple since 2008. It features a thin, light structure in a machined aluminum case and a 13-inch screen. The Macbook Air's lower prices relative to the larger, higher performance MacBook Pro have made it Apple's entry-level notebook since the discontinuation of the original MacBook line in 2011.

Apple M1

Apple M1

Apple M1 is a series of ARM-based systems-on-a-chip (SoCs) designed by Apple Inc. as a central processing unit (CPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU) for its Mac desktops and notebooks, and the iPad Pro and iPad Air tablets. The M1 chip initiated Apple's third change to the instruction set architecture used by Macintosh computers, switching from Intel to Apple silicon 14 years after they were switched from PowerPC to Intel, and 26 years after the transition from the original Motorola 68000 series to PowerPC. At the time of introduction in 2020, Apple said that the M1 had the world's fastest CPU core "in low power silicon" and the world's best CPU performance per watt. Its successor, Apple M2, was announced on June 6, 2022 at WWDC.

13-inch with Touch Bar (2020–present)

On November 10, 2020, Apple introduced a 13-inch MacBook Pro with two Thunderbolt ports based on the Apple M1 system on a chip, launched alongside an updated MacBook Air and Mac Mini as the first Macs with Apple's new line of custom ARM-based Apple silicon chips.[3] The M1 13-inch MacBook Pro is externally identical to the previous Intel model. It adds support for Wi-Fi 6, USB4, and 6K output to run the Pro Display XDR.[4] The number of supported external displays was reduced to one, as the previous Intel-based models supported two 4K displays.[5] The FaceTime camera remains 720p but Apple advertises an improved Image signal processor for higher quality video.[6]

On June 6, 2022, at WWDC 2022, Apple introduced an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with two Thunderbolt ports based on the Apple M2 chip, launched alongside an updated MacBook Air, also with the M2 chip. The specifications of the M2 MacBook Pro are almost the same, but it supports up to 24 GB of unified memory.

Reception

CNN's review of the M2 MacBook Pro was generally positive, praising it as "one of the fastest laptops ever", but criticized some aspects of the design, noting the lower-priced M2 MacBook Air has a higher-resolution webcam, larger display and MagSafe charging.[7] Testing by reviewers found the Solid-state drive in the base 256 GB M2 model to be significantly slower (read speeds 50% slower and write speeds 30% slower) than the 256 GB M1 model due to only having one NAND chip as opposed to two. Apple later confirmed to The Verge that the M2 MacBook Air with the same 256 GB storage also lacked a second NAND chip.[8][9][10]

MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)

Technical specifications

Discontinued Current
Model 13-inch, M1, 2020[11] 13-inch, M2, 2022[12]
Timeline Announced November 10, 2020 June 6, 2022
Released November 17, 2020 June 24, 2022
Discontinued June 6, 2022 In production
Support status Supported
Model details Model identifier MacBookPro17,1 Mac14,7
Model number (on underside) A2338
Part/order number (Space Gray color) MYD82 MYD92[13] MNEH3 MNEJ3[14]
Part/order number (Silver color) MYDA2 MYDC2[13] MNEP3 MNEQ3[14]
Display Glossy display, 13.3 in (340 mm) (diagonal), 2560 × 1600 native resolution, 227 Pixel density (ppi)16:10 Aspect ratio, Brightness 500 cdm2, Display P3 Color gamut support, True tone display supported, 60 Hz Refresh rate
Supported scaled resolutions:
UI: 1680 × 1050 | Display: 3360 × 2100
UI: 1440 × 900 | Display: 2880 × 1800 (Default)
UI: 1280 × 800 | Display: 2560 × 1600 (Native)
UI: 1024 × 640 | Display: 2048 × 1280
Performance
System on a chip Apple M1 Apple M2
CPU cores 4 × 3.2 GHz Performance Cores (Firestorm) and 4 × 2.064 GHz Efficiency Cores (Icestorm), 8-core overall 4 × 3.49 GHz Performance Cores (Avalanche) and 4 × 2.424 GHz Efficiency Cores (Blizzard), 8-core overall
Cache Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 12 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 8 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 16 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 8 MB
GPU cores 8-core Apple G13G (128 EUs, 1024 ALUs) 10-core Apple (320 EUs, 2560 ALUs)
Neural engine 16-core (11 Trillion operations per second) 16-core (15.8 Trillion operations per second)
Cooling system Aluminum heat spreader, single fan included
Memory type 128-bit Dual Channel LPDDR4X-4266 Unified Memory (68.25 GB/s) 128-bit Dual Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (102.4 GB/s)
Memory capacity 8 GB, not upgradeable
Optional 16 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
8 GB, not upgradeable
Optional 16 GB or 24 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
Storage 256 GB PCIe-based SSD with up to 3.3 GB/s read speed, not upgradeable
Optional 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
512 GB PCIe-based SSD with up to 3.3 GB/s read speed, not upgradeable
Optional 1 TB or 2 TB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
256 GB PCIe-based SSD with up to 3.3 GB/s read speed, not upgradeable
Optional 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
512 GB PCIe-based SSD with up to 3.3 GB/s read speed, not upgradeable
Optional 1 TB or 2 TB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
Keyboard and trackpad Backlit Magic Keyboard with (Scissor-switch) mechanism and ambient light sensor
65 (U.S.) or 66 (ISO) keys including 4 arrow keys in an inverted-T arrangement
Force Touch Trackpad without Touch Bar
Secure authentication Touch ID
Video and audio 720p FaceTime HD Video camera with advanced image signal processor with computational video
Stereo speakers with high dynamic range wider stereo sound
Dolby Atmos playback Supported
Studio quality three-mic array with high signal-to-noise ratio and directional beam-forming
3.5 mm headphone jack included 3.5 mm headphone jack included with advanced support for high-impedance headphones[15]
Connectivity Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax) up to 1.2 Gbit/s[16]
Bluetooth 5.0
2 × Thunderbolt 3 (USB4 via USB-C connector) ports supporting charging and DisplayPort protocols, among others. No eGPU support.[17]
Up to 40 Gbps (Thunderbolt 3 or USB4) and 10 Gbps (3.1 Gen 2) transmission speeds
One external display support up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz
Power Battery Non-removable lithium-ion polymer 11.4 V 58.2 W·h (5152 mA·h)[18] with 1000 battery cycle count[19]
Included power adapter 61 W USB-C Power Adapter 67 W USB-C Power Adapter
Greenhouse gas emissions 185 kg CO2e[20] 207 kg CO2e[20] 167 kg CO2e[21] 182 kg CO2e[21]
Dimensions 11.97 in (30 cm) x 8.36 in (21.2 cm) x 0.61 in (1.5 cm)
Weight 3.0 lb (1.4 kg)
Operating system Initial release macOS 11 Big Sur macOS 12 Monterey
Latest release macOS 13 Ventura

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Apple M1

Apple M1

Apple M1 is a series of ARM-based systems-on-a-chip (SoCs) designed by Apple Inc. as a central processing unit (CPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU) for its Mac desktops and notebooks, and the iPad Pro and iPad Air tablets. The M1 chip initiated Apple's third change to the instruction set architecture used by Macintosh computers, switching from Intel to Apple silicon 14 years after they were switched from PowerPC to Intel, and 26 years after the transition from the original Motorola 68000 series to PowerPC. At the time of introduction in 2020, Apple said that the M1 had the world's fastest CPU core "in low power silicon" and the world's best CPU performance per watt. Its successor, Apple M2, was announced on June 6, 2022 at WWDC.

MacBook Air

MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is a line of laptop computers developed and manufactured by Apple since 2008. It features a thin, light structure in a machined aluminum case and a 13-inch screen. The Macbook Air's lower prices relative to the larger, higher performance MacBook Pro have made it Apple's entry-level notebook since the discontinuation of the original MacBook line in 2011.

Mac Mini

Mac Mini

Mac Mini is a small form factor desktop computer developed and marketed by Apple Inc. As of 2022, it is positioned between the consumer all-in-one iMac and the professional Mac Studio and Mac Pro as one of four current Mac desktop computers. Since launch, it has shipped without a display, keyboard, and mouse. The machine was initially branded as "BYODKM" as a strategic pitch to encourage users to switch from Windows and Linux computers.

Pro Display XDR

Pro Display XDR

The Pro Display XDR is a 32-inch flat panel computer monitor created by Apple, based on an LG supplied display, and released on December 10, 2019. It was announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference on June 3, 2019 along with the third-generation Mac Pro. It is the first Apple-branded display since the Apple Thunderbolt Display was discontinued in 2016. It is sold alongside the consumer Apple Studio Display.

4K resolution

4K resolution

4K resolution refers to a horizontal display resolution of approximately 4,000 pixels. Digital television and digital cinematography commonly use several different 4K resolutions. In television and consumer media, 3840 × 2160 is the dominant 4K standard, whereas the movie projection industry uses 4096 × 2160.

Apple M2

Apple M2

The Apple M2 is a series of ARM-based system on a chip (SoC) designed by Apple Inc. as a central processing unit (CPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU) for its Mac desktops and notebooks, and the iPad Pro tablet. It is the second generation of ARM architecture intended for Apple's Mac computers after switching from Intel Core to Apple silicon, succeeding the M1. Apple announced the M2 on June 6, 2022, at WWDC, along with models of the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro using the M2. It was released on June 24, 2022. The M2 is made with TSMC's "Enhanced 5-nanometer technology" N5P process and contains 20 billion transistors, a 25% increase from the M1. Apple claims CPU improvements up to 18% and GPU improvements up to 35% compared to the M1. The M2 was followed by the professional-focused M2 Pro and M2 Max chips in January 2023. The M2 Max is a higher-powered version of the M2 Pro, with more GPU cores and memory bandwidth, and a larger die size.

CNN

CNN

CNN is a multinational cable news channel headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. Founded in 1980 by American media proprietor Ted Turner and Reese Schonfeld as a 24-hour cable news channel, and presently owned by the Manhattan-based media conglomerate Warner Bros. Discovery, CNN was the first television channel to provide 24-hour news coverage and the first all-news television channel in the United States.

Solid-state drive

Solid-state drive

A solid-state drive (SSD) is a solid-state storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies to store data persistently, typically using flash memory, and functioning as secondary storage in the hierarchy of computer storage. It is also sometimes called a semiconductor storage device, a solid-state device or a solid-state disk, even though SSDs lack the physical spinning disks and movable read–write heads used in hard disk drives (HDDs) and floppy disks. SSD also has rich internal parallelism for data processing.

Flash memory

Flash memory

Flash memory is an electronic non-volatile computer memory storage medium that can be electrically erased and reprogrammed. The two main types of flash memory, NOR flash and NAND flash, are named for the NOR and NAND logic gates. Both use the same cell design, consisting of floating gate MOSFETs. They differ at the circuit level depending on whether the state of the bit line or word lines is pulled high or low: in NAND flash, the relationship between the bit line and the word lines resembles a NAND gate; in NOR flash, it resembles a NOR gate.

The Verge

The Verge

The Verge is an American technology news website operated by Vox Media, publishing news, feature stories, guidebooks, product reviews, consumer electronics news, and podcasts.

Glossy display

Glossy display

A glossy display is an electronic display with a glossy surface. In certain light environments, glossy displays provide better color intensity and contrast ratios than matte displays. The primary disadvantage of these displays is their tendency to reflect any external light, often resulting in an undesirable glare.

Aspect ratio (image)

Aspect ratio (image)

The aspect ratio of an image is the ratio of its width to its height, and is expressed with two numbers separated by a colon, such as 16:9, sixteen-to-nine. For the x:y aspect ratio, the image is x units wide and y units high. Common aspect ratios are 1.85:1 and 2.39:1 in cinematography, 4:3 and 16:9 in television photography, and 3:2 in still photography.

14-inch and 16-inch (2021–present)

A 14-inch silver MacBook Pro (2021)
A 14-inch silver MacBook Pro (2021)

At an online event on October 18, 2021, Apple announced redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.[22] They are based on the M1 Pro and M1 Max, Apple's second ARM-based systems on a chip and their first professional-focused chips. The new models addressed many criticisms of the Touch Bar MacBook Pro[23] by re-introducing hard function keys in place of the Touch Bar, an HDMI 2.0 port,[24] a SDXC reader and MagSafe charging. Other additions include a Liquid Retina XDR display with ProMotion supporting 120 Hz variable refresh rate, thinner display bezels and a 1080p webcam housed in an iPhone-like notch, Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 4, and a six-speaker sound system supporting Dolby Atmos. The M1 Pro chip supports up to two external displays, both at 6K resolution, while the M1 Max chip supports up to four displays: three at 6K resolution, and one at 4K resolution.[25] The 16-inch version is bundled with a 140 W GaN power supply that supports USB-C Power Delivery 3.1, though only MagSafe supports full-speed charging as the machine's USB-C ports are limited to 100 W.[26]

On January 17, 2023, Apple announced updated 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models based on the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. The updated models also include Bluetooth 5.3 and Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, HDMI 2.1, longer battery life, and up to 96GB of memory with M2 Max models.[27]

Design

Picture of the re-introduced SD card slot and HDMI port on the 2021 MacBook Pro.
Picture of the re-introduced SD card slot and HDMI port on the 2021 MacBook Pro.

The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models feature a thicker and more-squared design than their immediate Intel-based predecessors. The keyboard features full-sized function keys, with the keyboard set in a "double anodized" black well.[28] The MacBook Pro branding has been removed from the bottom of the display bezel and is engraved on the underside of the chassis instead.[29] The models' appearance has been called reminiscent of the Titanium PowerBook G4 produced from 2001 to 2003.[30][31] The models are available in silver or space gray finishes, similar to the previous Intel models. There was some criticism on social media that the MagSafe cable only came in silver and mismatched the space gray models.[32]

Reception

Reception to the 2021 MacBook Pro was generally positive. Online personalities such Justine Ezarik (iJustine), Anthony Young of Linus Tech Tips and Marques Brownlee praised the new design, the larger function keys, the new screen and M1 Pro and M1 Max.[33][34] The Verge gave the models a 9.5/10 score, praising the increased speed and battery life, improved displays and speakers, and the removal of the Touch Bar, but criticized memory upgrade costs as "absurd" and noted only Apple's own apps seemed optimized for the GPUs.[35]

IFixit gave the models a repairability score of 4/10, compared to just 1/10 for the Touch Bar MacBook Pro, saying that battery replacements are easier as it is no longer glued in, and the display as well as most ports are modular, though noted speakers are glued in and solid-state storage is permanently soldered (as before).[36]

Technical specifications

Discontinued Current
Model 14-inch, 2021[37] 16-inch, 2021[38] 14-inch, 2023[39] 16-inch, 2023[40]
Timeline Announced October 18, 2021 January 17, 2023
Released October 26, 2021 January 24, 2023
Discontinued January 17, 2023 In production
Support status Supported
Model details Model identifier MacBookPro18,3 - MacBookPro18,4 MacBookPro18,1 MacBookPro18,2 Mac14,5 Mac14,9 Mac14,6 Mac14,10
Model number (on underside) A2442 A2485 A2779 A2780
Part/order number (Space Gray color) MKGP3 (8-core CPU),[41] MKGQ3 (10-core CPU)[42] Build-to-order MK183 (512 GB), MK193 (1 TB)[43] MK1A3[44] MPHE3 (10-core CPU), MPHF3 (12-core CPU)[45] MPHG3 (30-core GPU), Build-to-Order (38-core GPU)[45] MNW83 (512 GB), MNW93 (1 TB)[45] Build-to-Order (30-core GPU), MNWA3 (38-core GPU)[45]
Part/order number (Silver color) MKGR3 (8-core CPU),[41] MKGT3 (10-core CPU)[42] MK1E3 (512 GB), MK1F3 (1 TB)[46] MK1H3 MPHH3 (10-core CPU), MPHJ3 (12-core CPU)[45] MPHK3 (30-core GPU), Build-to-Order (38-core GPU)[45] MNWC3 (512 GB), MNWD3 (1 TB)[45] Build-to-Order (30-core GPU), MNWE3 (38-core GPU)[45]
Display Surface True tone Glossy display, 254 Pixel density (ppi), 1000 Brightness ( cdm2) at sustained, 1600 at peak, Display P3 with 10 billion colors
Max 120 Hz with ProMotion technology for adaptive refresh rate Available fixed refresh rate: 47.95 Hz, 48 Hz, 50 Hz, 59.94 Hz, 60 Hz
Display size 14.2 in (360 mm) (diagonal) 16.2 in (410 mm) (diagonal) 14.2 in (360 mm) (diagonal) 16.2 in (410 mm) (diagonal)
Native resolution 3024 × 1964 3456 × 2234 3024 × 1964 3456 × 2234
Aspect ratio 9:5.85 (16:10 without notch) 9:5.82 (16:10 without notch) 9:5.85 (16:10 without notch) 9:5.82 (16:10 without notch)
Supported scaled resolutions 1800 × 1169 (Rendered as 3600 × 2338)
1512 × 982 (Default and native, rendered as 3024 × 1964)
1352 × 878 (Rendered as 2704 × 1756)
1147 × 745 (Rendered as 2294 × 1490)
1024 × 665 (Rendered as 2048 × 1330)
2056 × 1329 (Rendered as 4112 × 2658)
1728 × 1117 (Default and native, rendered as 3456 × 2234)
1496 × 967 (Rendered as 2992 × 1934)
1312 × 848 (Rendered as 2624 × 1696)
1168 × 755 (Rendered as 2336 × 1510)
1800 × 1169 (Rendered as 3600 × 2338)
1512 × 982 (Default and native, rendered as 3024 × 1964)
1352 × 878 (Rendered as 2704 × 1756)
1147 × 745 (Rendered as 2294 × 1490)
1024 × 665 (Rendered as 2048 × 1330)
2056 × 1329 (Rendered as 4112 × 2658)
1728 × 1117 (Default and native, rendered as 3456 × 2234)
1496 × 967 (Rendered as 2992 × 1934)
1312 × 848 (Rendered as 2624 × 1696)
1168 × 755 (Rendered as 2336 × 1510)
Performance
System on a chip Apple M1 Pro Apple M1 Max Apple M1 Pro Apple M1 Max Apple M2 Pro Apple M2 Max Apple M2 Pro Apple M2 Max
CPU cores 6 or 8 x 3.23 GHz Performance Cores (Firestorm) and 2 × 2.064 GHz Efficiency Cores (Icestorm), 8-core or 10-core overall
Optional 10-core CPU at time of purchase, not upgradable after
8 x 3.23 GHz Performance Cores (Firestorm) and 2 × 2.064 GHz Efficiency Cores (Icestorm), 10-core overall 6 or 8 x 3.504 GHz Performance Cores (Avalanche) and 4 x 2.424 GHz Efficiency Cores (Blizzard), 10-core or 12-core overall
Optional 12-core CPU at time of purchase, not upgradable after
8 x 3.504 GHz Performance Cores (Avalanche) and 4 x 2.424 GHz Efficiency Cores (Blizzard), 12-core overall
Cache Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 12 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 24 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 12 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 48 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 12 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 24 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 12 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 48 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 32 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 24 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 32 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 48 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 32 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 24 MB
Performance Cores: 192 KB L1i, 128 KB L1d, 32 MB shared L2
Efficiency Cores: 128 KB L1i, 64 KB L1d, 4 MB shared L2
System Level Cache: 48 MB
GPU cores 14-core Apple G13X (224 EUs, 1792 ALUs) or 16-core Apple G13X (256 EUs, 2048 ALUs)
Optional 16-core GPU is only available for 10-core CPU at time of purchase, not upgradable after
24-core Apple G13X (384 EUs, 3072 ALUs) or 32-core Apple G13X (512 EUs, 4096 ALUs) 16-core Apple G13X (256 EUs, 2048 ALUs) 32-core Apple G13X (512 EUs, 4096 ALUs) 16-core (512 EUs, 4096 ALUs) or 19-core (608 EUs, 4864 ALUs)
Optional 19-core GPU is only available for 12-core CPU at time of purchase, not upgradable after
30-core (960 EUs, 7680 ALUs) or 38-core (1216 EUs, 9728 ALUs)
Optional 38-core GPU at time of purchase, not upgradable after
19-core (608 EUs, 4864 ALUs) 38-core (1216 EUs, 9728 ALUs)
Neural engine 16-core (11 Trillion operations per second) 16-core (15.8 Trillion operations per second)
Cooling system Aluminum heat spreader, dual fan included
Memory type 256-bit Dual Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (204.8 GB/s) 512-bit Quad Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (409.6 GB/s) 256-bit Dual Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (204.8 GB/s) 512-bit Quad Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (409.6 GB/s) 256-bit Dual Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (204.8 GB/s) 512-bit Quad Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (409.6 GB/s) 256-bit Dual Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (204.8 GB/s) 512-bit Quad Channel LPDDR5-6400 Unified Memory (409.6 GB/s)
Memory capacity 16 GB
Optional 32 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
32 GB
Optional 64 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
16 GB
Optional 32 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
32 GB
Optional 64 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
16 GB
Optional 32 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
32 GB
Optional 64 GB and 96 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
96 GB requires M2 Max with 38-core GPU
16 GB
Optional 32 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
32 GB
Optional 64 GB and 96 GB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
96 GB requires M2 Max with 38-core GPU
Storage SSD 512 GB or 1 TB PCIe-based SSD with up to 7.4 GB/s read speed, not upgradeable
Optional 1 TB (For 512 GB models), 2 TB, 4 TB or 8 TB at time of purchase, not upgradable after
Keyboard and trackpad Backlit Magic Keyboard with (Scissor-switch) mechanism and ambient light sensor
78 (U.S.) or 79 (ISO) keys including 12 function keys and 4 arrow keys in an inverted-T arrangement
Force Touch Trackpad without Touch Bar
Secure authentication Touch ID
Video and audio 1080p FaceTime HD video camera with advanced image signal processor with computational video
High-fidelity six-speaker sound system with force-cancelling woofers and wide stereo sound
Dolby Atmos playback supported with Spatial Audio in built-in speakers or AirPods with dynamic head tracking
"Studio quality" three-mic array with high signal-to-noise ratio and directional beam-forming
3.5 mm headphone jack included with advanced support for high-impedance headphones
Connectivity Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax) up to 1.2 Gbit/s[16] Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax) up to 2.4 Gbit/s[16]
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 Bluetooth 5.3
Ports 3 × Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C 4) ports supporting charging and DisplayPort protocols among others, 1 × HDMI 2.0, 1 × SDXC memory card slot (UHS-II). No eGPU support. 3 × Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C 4) ports supporting charging and DisplayPort protocols among others, 1 × HDMI 2.1, 1 × SDXC memory card slot (UHS-II). No eGPU support.
External display support Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports or one display up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 1 Thunderbolt 4 port and one display up to 3840x2160 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.0 (Total: 2 Displays) Three displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 3840x2160 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.0 (Total: 4 Displays) Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports or one display up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 1 Thunderbolt 4 port and one display up to 3840x2160 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.0 (Total: 2 Displays) Three displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 3840x2160 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.0 (Total: 4 Displays) Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports or one display up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 1 Thunderbolt 4 port and one display up to 3840x2160 at 144 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 2 Displays), or

One display up to 7680x4320 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 1 Display), or

One display up to 3840x2160 at 240 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 1 Display)
Three displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 3840x2160 at 144 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 4 Displays), or

Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 7680x4320 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 3 Displays), or

Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 3840x2160 at 240 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 3 Displays)
Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports or one display up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 1 Thunderbolt 4 port and one display up to 3840x2160 at 144 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 2 Displays), or

One display up to 7680x4320 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 1 Display), or

One display up to 3840x2160 at 240 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 1 Display)
Three displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 3840x2160 at 144 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 4 Displays), or

Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 7680x4320 at 60 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 3 Displays), or

Two displays up to 6016x3384 at 60 Hz via 3 Thunderbolt 4 ports and one display up to 3840x2160 at 240 Hz via HDMI 2.1 (Total: 3 Displays)
Power Battery Non-removable lithium-ion polymer 11.47 V 69.6 W·h (6068 mA·h)[47] Non-removable lithium-ion polymer 11.45 V 99.6 W·h (8693 mA·h)[47] Non-removable lithium-ion polymer 11.47 V 69.6 W·h (6068 mA·h) Non-removable lithium-ion polymer 11.45 V 99.6 W·h (8693 mA·h)
Battery cycle count[19] 1000
Included power adapter 67 W USB-C Power Adapter (8-core CPU)
Optional 96 W USB-C Power Adapter for 8-core CPU at time of purchase
96 W USB-C Power Adapter (10-core CPU)
96 W USB-C Power Adapter 140 W USB-C GaN Power Adapter 67 W USB-C Power Adapter (10-core CPU)
Optional 96 W USB-C Power Adapter for 10-core CPU at time of purchase
96 W USB-C Power Adapter (12-core CPU)
96 W USB-C Power Adapter 140 W USB-C GaN Power Adapter
Greenhouse gas emissions 271 kg CO2e with 8-core CPU, 14-core GPU and 512 GB storage or 307 kg CO2e with 10-core CPU, 16-core GPU and 1 TB storage[48] [data unknown/missing] 349 kg CO2e with 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU, with 512 GB storage or 382 kg CO2e with 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU, with 1 TB storage 395 kg CO2e with 10-core CPU and 32-core GPU, with 1 TB storage[49] 243 kg CO2e with 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU, with 512 GB storage or 272 kg CO2e with 12-core CPU, 19-core GPU, with 1 TB storage[50] 301 kg CO2e with 12-core CPU and 30-core GPU, with 1 TB storage 300 kg CO2e with 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU, with 512 GB storage or 327 kg CO2e with 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU, with 1 TB storage[51] 356 kg CO2e with 12-core CPU and 38-core GPU, with 1 TB storage
Dimensions 12.31 in (31.27 cm) x 8.71 in (22.12 cm) x 0.61 in (1.55 cm) 14.01 in (35.59 cm) x 9.77 in (24.82 cm) x 0.66 in (1.68 cm) 12.31 in (31.27 cm) x 8.71 in (22.12 cm) x 0.61 in (1.55 cm) 14.01 in (35.59 cm) x 9.77 in (24.82 cm) x 0.66 in (1.68 cm)
Weight 3.5 lb (1.59 kg) 4.7 lb (2.13 kg) 4.8 lb (2.18 kg) 3.5 lb (1.59 kg) 3.6 lb (1.63 kg) 4.7 lb (2.13 kg) 4.8 lb (2.18 kg)
Operating system Initial release macOS 12 Monterey macOS 13 Ventura
Latest release macOS 13 Ventura

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System on a chip

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HDMI

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SD card

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Retina display

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Thunderbolt (interface)

Thunderbolt (interface)

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Gallium nitride

Gallium nitride

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Software and operating systems

The MacOS operating system has been pre-installed on all Apple silicon MacBook Pro computers since release, starting with version MacOS Big Sur.[52]

Supported macOS releases
OS release Apple silicon-based
13-inch with Touch Bar 14-inch and 16-inch
M1, 2020 M2, 2022 2021 2023
11 Big Sur Yes
12 Monterey Yes Yes Yes
13 Ventura Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Timeline of all portable Macintoshes
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