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Choose your new MacBook Pro.

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What to consider when choosing your MacBook Pro.

Configure your laptop on the next step.

Apple M2 chip

M2 is the next generation of Apple silicon. Its 8-core CPU lets you zip through everyday tasks like creating documents and presentations, or take on more intensive workflows like developing in Xcode or mixing tracks in Logic Pro.

M2 features up to a 10-core GPU, resulting in a big boost in graphics performance. And its media engine lets you play and edit up to 11 streams of 4K and up to two streams of 8K ProRes video.⁴

Unified Memory

The more unified memory (RAM) you choose, the more apps you can run simultaneously with a higher rate of performance.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro can be configured with up to 24GB for more fluid multitasking and easy handling of large files.

Storage

Solid-state drive (SSD) storage is the amount of space your MacBook Pro has for your documents, photos, music, videos and other files.

It delivers significant performance and speed that you’ll notice when you start up your Mac, launch an app or browse your photos.

Apple M2 Pro

M2 Pro brings power to take on demanding projects. With its up to 12-core CPU, it makes pro workflows fly — from sorting and editing thousands of images to running computational fluid dynamics simulations.

Its powerful media engine lets you play and edit multiple streams of 4K and 8K ProRes video,³ and the up to 19-core GPU provides a huge boost in graphics performance.

MacBook Pro with M2 Pro supports up to two external displays and up to 8K resolution.

Apple M2 Max

The most powerful and efficient chip ever in a pro laptop, M2 Max is engineered to help pros push the boundaries of their ingenuity and creativity.

It has double the memory bandwidth of M2 Pro and a more powerful media engine that can play back up to 10 streams of 8K video.⁴ The up to 38-core GPU handles graphics-intensive workflows and games with ease.

MacBook Pro with M2 Max supports up to four external displays and up to 8K resolution.

Unified Memory

The M2 chips include superfast unified memory, which provides a single pool of high-bandwidth, low-latency memory that allows apps to efficiently share data between the CPU, GPU and Neural Engine.

This efficiency means you can do more with unified memory than you could with the same amount of traditional RAM, and your Mac can run multiple apps at once while remaining fast and responsive.

MacBook Pro can be configured with up to 32GB (with M2 Pro) or a staggering 96GB (with M2 Max with 38‑core GPU) for easier multitasking and handling of massive files.

Storage

Solid-state drive (SSD) storage gives you space to store your projects, documents, photos, music, videos and other files on your MacBook Pro. The SSD in MacBook Pro delivers significant performance that you’ll notice when you start up, launch apps, open project files and browse your libraries.

For demanding workflows with large files, you can configure your MacBook Pro with up to 8TB to deliver even more performance.

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AppleCare+ for Mac

AppleCare+ for Mac provides up to three years of expert technical support and additional hardware coverage from Apple, including unlimited incidents of accidental damage protection. Each incident is subject to a service fee of NZ$169 for screen damage or external enclosure damage, or NZ$499 for other accidental damage. In addition, you’ll get 24/7 priority access to Apple experts via chat or phone through getsupport.apple.com(opens in a new window). Coverage begins on your AppleCare+ purchase date. For complete details, see the terms(opens in a new window).

AppleCare+ benefits are separate from and in addition to the Apple Limited Warranty and any legal rights provided by New Zealand consumer law. For details, click here(opens in a new window).

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