Rumored Apple M3 Will Be Launched In H2 2023, After M2 Pro, M2 Max Go Official For Updated MacBook Pro Models

Several custom chipsets from Apple are expected to arrive later this year, including the M3. After the M2, the upcoming SoC will likely supply several products with slim form factors and, according to one, will be launched in the second half of this year.

The M3 will likely benefit from TSMC’s 3nm process, just like the A17 Bionic

While the H2 2023 launch doesn’t provide a solid timeline, @appleakation’s prediction suggests that the aforementioned period is when we should expect to see updated MacBook Air models. We’re not sure if Apple intends to update the M2 MacBook Pro with the M3 upgrade, but we’ll find out more in the coming months.

Earlier, we reported that Apple has completed the basic design work for the M3, with the custom silicon expected to be launched in the second half of 2023. Since the M2 and redesigned MacBook Air were officially announced in June last year, Apple could host an event in Q4 2023. While the tech giant may reuse the same chassis for this year, there is a possibility that the company will introduce a larger version with a 15.5-inch screen as well.

Based on the expected appleakation timeline, the M3 will arrive after Apple announced the M2 Pro and M2 Max. We also feel that since the company is holding a dedicated Mac event in October, the M3 will be unveiled after the A17 Bionic, both of which are rumored to make use of TSMC’s 3nm architecture. As for how well it performs, during TSMC’s official announcement, manufacturer president Mark Liu stated that the new 3nm process will bring up to a 35 percent improvement in energy efficiency.

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Surprisingly, the CEO didn’t talk about performance gains, suggesting that Apple will market the M3 based on how much battery life you can get from the chipset, just like the A17 Bionic. While this isn’t a bad thing, it does highlight that if customers currently own an Apple product with an M2 SoC, perhaps they should hold off on upgrading and wait for the next launch.

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