MacBook Pro 2023 Reviews: A Roundup of the Critics Opinions

The new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro 2023 models are finally here, full of upgrades. The latest M2 Pro and M2 Max chips from Apple power these laptops. Compared to the last generation, they offer up to 20% faster performance and up to 30% faster graphics.

The fact that these laptops work with Wi-Fi 6E is one of the most essential improvements. This version of Wi-Fi is faster and works more reliably than the one that came before it. Lori Grunin of CNET found that Wi-Fi 6E was faster than Wi-Fi 6, with a steady download speed of 483Mbps on 6E compared to an average of 392Mbps on 6.

The new MacBook Pros also have a new HDMI 2.1 port that can connect to an 8K external display. This means you can now connect your MacBook Pro to an 8K monitor and enjoy high-resolution images like never before.

The battery life on the new MacBook Pros is also an hour longer than on the old ones. Devindra Hardawar of Engadget tested the new 14-inch MacBook Pro and found that it had nearly three hours more battery life than the previous model.

One of the best things about the 2023 MacBook Pro is up to 96GB of RAM. It is up from 64GB compared to its predecessor. This makes the MacBook Pro 2023 an even better choice for power users. Making it the perfect book for those who want to run many apps and programs simultaneously.

MacBook Pro 2023

The new MacBook Pros look the same as the ones that came out in October 2021, so you won’t notice any big changes in terms of how they look. The 14-inch model starts at $1,999, and the 16-inch model starts at $2,499. You can pre-order the laptops on Apple’s online store.

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MacBook Pro 2023 Written Reviews

The Verge‘s Monica Chin said the 16-inch MacBook Pro continues to provide the “best combination of performance and efficiency” in a high-end laptop:
The M1 Max, despite having less raw power than its successor, was the obvious choice for shoppers trying to maximize their CPU power in 2021. The M2 Max is no longer that — the core-hungry shopper who never unplugs their laptop will have better options from Intel and AMD in 2023. What we don’t expect those options to have, in any capacity, is battery life. That’s where the M1 Max is the undeniable champion. And that’s the calculus that does remain unchanged from 2021: the MacBook Pro 16 remains the best combination of performance and efficiency that you can get. That’s why the M2 Max, despite being more powerful than the M1 Max, may target less of a “power user” crowd this year.
CNET‘s Lori Grunin achieved faster wireless speeds with Wi-Fi 6E:
I generally get more reliable performance from 6E than 6, at least in my environment. For instance, a casual Speedtest run delivered a consistent 483Mbps download on 6E but an average 392Mbps on 6 (for 400Mbps service). The latter started higher but dropped partway through as well.
Engadget‘s Devindra Hardawar said the new 14-inch MacBook Pro provided nearly three hours extra of battery life compared to the previous generation:
The previous MacBook Pro lasted 12 hours and 36 minutes during our testing, but the new model made it to 15 hours and 10 minutes. That’s a healthy step up, especially if you find yourself stuck on a long flight without any working outlets. Apple says that the new MacBook Pros can reach up to 22 hours of battery life, but take note that figure only refers to the 16-inch model.
TheStreet‘s Jacob Krol said the new MacBook Pro remains a powerhouse for performance-intensive tasks like 4K or 8K video exporting:
Either route you’ll see fast performance and a high level of responsiveness with any app. When it comes time to export an HD, 4K, or even 8K video you’ll find that the application doesn’t require a wait for rendering something for playback and that export times will be cut down dramatically. Same goes for live-previewing an app in XCode, 3D animations, batch photo edits, or illustration exports as well.
Ars Technica‘s Samuel Axon said the new MacBook Pro models are overkill for most customers and recommended the MacBook Air:
If this review seems short, that’s because there’s not too much to talk about; this is essentially the 2021 MacBook Pro but 20–30 percent faster at some tasks, and with a few connectivity options upgraded to better match what is expected from a pricey laptop like this. And that’s OK because the 2021 MacBook Pro was excellent. The 2023 version is the same but slightly better. The M2 Pro and M2 Max’s performance and efficiency make them attractive devices for many people. That said, you shouldn’t spend this amount of money if you don’t need this much performance, and let’s be real: most people don’t. The MacBook Air or one of a few particularly strong Windows ultrabooks like the Dell XPS 13 will meet many folks’ needs just as well, and for a lot less money—plus, they provide more portability.  

MacBook Pro 2023 Video Reviews, Unboxings, and Guides

The new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro 2023 models are great for tech fans who want a high-end laptop. These laptops will impress with the latest M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. Improved Wi-Fi 6E, an upgraded HDMI 2.1 port, and an extra hour of battery life.

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