The new Macbook Pros are here and no, it isn’t really a big of an upgrade as the new 14″ and 16″ Macbook Pros are just a refresh with a more powerful M2 Pro and M2 Max chipset inside.
The new Macbook Pros are expected to bring in slightly faster hardware inside but of course, it now comes with some hardware improvements inside including Wi-Fi 6E and also supports for HDMI 2.1. For power users, you would be happy to know that the M2 Max model is now capable of having up to 96GB of unified memory so you know, you won’t run out of memory for Google Chrome.
Here’s the pricing of the Macbook Pro 14″ in the Philippines:
Here’s the pricing of the Macbook Pro 16″ in the Philippines: