APPLE MACBOOK PRO MPHE3 (2023) | APPLE M2 PRO CHIP | 10 Core CPU | 16 Core GPU | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | 14″ Retina LED Display | True Tone Backlit Magic Keyboard | Space Gray | 1 Year Int. Warra...

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Apple MacBook Pro MPHE3 (2023)
  • Processor: Apple M2 Pro Chip
  • Ram: 6GB
  • Storage: 512GB SSD
  • Display: 14″ Retina Display
  • OS: MacOS
  • Status: New
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Model

Apple MacBook Pro MPHE3 (2023)

Processor

Apple M2 Pro chip (10 Core CPU with 8 performance cores and 2 efficiency cores, 16 Core GPU)

Ram Installed

16GB

Storage

512 GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD

Display

14" Inches Retina LED display

Keyboard Backlit

Yes

Numeric Keyboard

No

Fingerprint Reader

Yes

Color

Space Gray

Weight

1.6kg

Operating System

MacOS

Status

New

Warranty

01 Year international

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Design

We can keep things short in regard to the case, as there have been no changes since the 2021 model. The aluminium case is still of extremely high quality, but the shape of the case makes the 14-inch model (in particular) look very bulky, although it isn’t any higher in direct comparison with the tapered units of the competition. Depending on the position, the raised front edge may prove to be problematic when typing, as the edge quickly presses into the wrists. The MacBook Pro 14 is once again available in Silver or Space Gray and both variants are not particularly sensitive to dirt.

Processor

The new M2 Pro and M2 Max SoCs are improved iterations of the previous chips and are manufactured in an improved 5 nm process (N5P), but nothing has changed in the basic architecture. The M2 chip, introduced together with the MacBook Air last year, already hinted as to where things were going. The number of performance cores is the same, but there are two additional efficiency cores (4 in total). The MacBook Pro 14 also continues to be offered as a slimmed-down model with 6 performance cores and a 16-core GPU, while the full M2 Pro with 12 CPU cores (8P + 4E) is standard only in the large MacBook Pro 16.

Display

The mini-LED panel also remains unchanged, but this is not a problem either. The subjective picture quality is simply outstanding and thanks to 120 Hz, moving images are displayed very smoothly. Furthermore, Apple is clearly the pioneer when it comes to implementing HDR. While you usually have to activate HDR mode manually on Windows devices, it works automatically here. For example, as soon as a corresponding YouTube video starts, the panel then benefits from the higher brightness.

In normal SDR mode, the brightness in the centre of the screen is exactly 500 cd/m², so Apple has calibrated it very well. The black level of the mini-LED panel is just 0.02, which results in an extremely high contrast. In practice, the automatic regulation of brightness and colour temperature is extremely practical. The notch above the display is still not particularly pretty, but functionally there are no more problems here and the display area next to the notch is superimposed on the normal 16:10, so you have more space for menu elements compared to other 16:10 panels.

Keyboard 

As for the input devices, we also refer to our review of the predecessor. The keyboard offers a good typing feel, but in comparison with high-end business laptops, there is room for improvement here. On the other hand, Apple still offers the best keyboard backlighting, which is regulated automatically and very well by a sensor. No Windows laptop can match this.

The large trackpad continues to set standards in terms of functionality and operation, as the implementation in macOS also works excellently.

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