Apple has expanded its self-service repair program to include its M3-powered iMac desktops and MacBook Pro laptops, with genuine parts now available.
Apple's refreshed M3 MacBook Pro and iMac computers ship with macOS Ventura installed, but some folks can't seemingly update their machine to macOS Sonoma.
The new M3-based 14-inch MacBook Pro has half the RAM, fewer USB-C ports, slower performance and no CPU upgrades than the last year's model it's replacing.
An unofficial workaround for connecting multiple external displays to M1, M2 and M3 Macs involves using DisplayLink software and external USB-C docks.
The base 14-inch M3 MacBook Pro model has fewer USB-C ports and no Thunderbolt 4 support, limiting the laptop to a single external display.
Here’s when and how to order the new M3-powered MacBook Pro laptops and the new M3-based iMac all-in-one desktop unveiled at Apple’s “Scary Fast” event.
New iMacs coming at Monday's "Scary Fast" event will allegedly use an upcoming Apple M3 chip and be available in the same colors as the current iMac lineup.
Apple should release the first M3 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models and some new iPads in October—possibly without a dedicated event.
Apple is predicted to launch overhauled iPad Pro tablets with OLED display panels, an M3 chip, a new Magic Keyboard with a larger trackpad and more.
The top M3 Max Studio model could have 32 processing cores and a whopping 80-core GPU, but the machine isn't expected to arrive this year.
Apple's next MacBook Pro models with the M3 Max chip will be its most powerful laptops yet with up to 16 processing and 40 graphics cores.
Apple is apparently developing six different computers that'll run its upcoming M3 chip, including new M3 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops.