New Apple Mac Studio M2 Ultra WWDC 2023
Unveiled at WWDC 2023, the Apple Mac Studio and Mac Pro are the company’s most powerful computers offered yet. The former can be configured with the all-new M2 Ultra, which provides twice the performance and capabilities of M2 Max, and is Apple’s largest, most capable system on a chip (SoC) ever.

Mac Studio now boasts higher-bandwidth HDMI, allowing for up to 8K resolution and 240Hz frame rates. When configured with M2 Ultra, Mac Studio supports up to six Pro Display XDRs and also features advanced built-in wireless technologies including Wi-Fi 6E as well as Bluetooth 5.3. Plus, it has two USB-C ports and an SD card slot up front for easy media transfers. M2 Ultra is also coming to the Mac Pro and it can be be configured with up to 192GB of RAM with 800GB/s of unified memory bandwidth. The Mac Studio ($1,999) and Mac Pro ($6,999) are both available for order now, with shipments arriving starting June 13th.
Apple 2020 MacBook Air Laptop M1 Chip, 13” Retina Display, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Storage, Backlit Keyboard, FaceTime HD Camera, Touch ID. Works with iPhone/iPad; Gold
  • All-Day Battery Life – Go longer than ever with up to 18 hours of battery life.
  • Powerful Performance – Take on everything from professional-quality editing to action-packed gaming with ease. The Apple M1 chip with an 8-core CPU delivers up to 3.5x faster performance than the previous generation while using way less power.
  • Superfast Memory – 8GB of unified memory makes your entire system speedy and responsive. That way it can support tasks like memory-hogging multitab browsing and opening a huge graphic file quickly and easily.

New Apple Mac Studio M2 Ultra WWDC 2023

The new Mac Studio and Mac Pro with Apple silicon are the two most powerful Macs we’ve ever made. Mac Studio has been a breakthrough for pros everywhere, and it’s at the heart of hundreds of thousands of home and pro studios across the world. Today, it gets even better with M2 Max and the new M2 Ultra, featuring even more performance and enhanced connectivity. And for those users who need the versatility of internal expansion, Mac Pro combines PCIe slots with our most powerful chip,” said John Ternus, Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Engineering.


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