2023 M2 MacBook Pro: all we know, from design to specifications

Among the several intriguing goods Apple released in 2022, a handful stood out. No, we’re not referring to the much anticipated VR headgear, but it might perhaps appear in 2023. Last year, we weren’t expecting to see an upgraded MacBook Pro, but this year seemed more certain. Unfortunately, Apple didn’t release any new Macs in the fourth quarter of last year for the first time in 22 years.

The rumor mill has, of course, moved its focus to this spring, so there’s still hope. We’re expecting to see a MacBook Pro in the next months or even weeks. Additionally, because the M1 processor is still present in the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, an M2-powered update is imminent. Here is what we currently know. (Don’t want to wait? View the top MacBook Pro discounts currently being offered.)

The M1 chip is still present in the variants that are 14 and 16 inches. (Apple image credit)

2023 MacBook Pro: Design

When it comes to design, the MacBook Pro lineup is in a really strange position right now. The M2 14-inch and 16-inch versions for 2021 have a modern new appearance, including a thinner overall body, a very brilliant LED display, and, of course, the contentious “notch.” The earlier design, with larger bezels, no notch, and the controversial Touch Bar, is included in the M2 13-inch model from 2022. So you must choose an older design if you want the finest chip. Apple employs enigmatic techniques.

With this in mind, we anticipate that the MacBook Pro will undergo the most of its improvements inside, adding the latest processor to the already innovative design. And we love the design; in 2021, we said the new MacBook Pro was almost too wonderful to be true.

The single M2 MacBook Pro available right now has an outdated appearance (Image credit: Future)

2023 MacBook Pro: Specs

The very powerful M2 chip is the obvious thing to anticipate here. Apple must act quickly to keep up with the amazing M2 MacBook Air and update the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.

But further rumors concerning the inner workings of the devices have already surfaced. We can anticipate faster speeds, longer battery life, and less heat, according to seasoned Apple leaker LeaksApplePro (below). Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the CPU would likely use the same 5nm advanced node as the current M2 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro, thus dispelling rumors of an even quicker 3nm technology.

2023 MacBook Pro: Price and release date

When it comes to the pricing, we’re not holding our breath for positive news. Apple has been increasing prices outside the US for some time now in response to increased manufacturing costs, with the most current iPad and iPhone 14 lines reaching stratospheric heights in 2022. The starting pricing for the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros are respectively $1,999/£1,899 and $2,499/£2,399; if Apple increases costs by 15% as it did with the iPads in October, UK customers should expect to spend more than £2,000 for the least expensive 14-inch model. Yikes.

This time, be prepared for a price rise. (Future/Apple credit for image)

Of course, only time will tell what’s in store; Apple may have other ideas this time around. Perhaps we’ll see the MacBook/iPad combination at last. No, we also don’t believe so. This website will be updated when new rumors are heard.

Top Choice


Contact Us

© 2022 TodayTechReview – We strive for objectivity in all of our news content and hire only the best experts and authors. To cover the expenses of running the site and the staff behind it, we rely on a variety of revenue streams. If you click on one of our affiliate links and mak

Subscribe to our list

Receive Latest Updates From Us

Copyright TodayTechReview 2022

Top Tech Review
Shopping cart