MacBook Pros with M1 Max chips, 32GB of memory, will not be available until December 31, but 32G of storage will be added

MacBook Pros with M1 Max chips, 32GB of memory, will not be available until December 31, but 32G of  ...

Apple revealed its latest MacBook Pros during the company's hardware event on Monday. It also showed off the new M1 Max chip that powers these new laptops, which offers a lot of power for comparatively little money compared to other processors. The new MacBook Pros will be available in two weeks, but those wanting the top-of-line models will have to wait until December.

Selecting a 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Max with nVidia's 24- or 32-core GPU will push the delivery window from early November to early December when buying iMac Pro on Apple'' site. The date will be moved even further to Dec. 10 - Dec 23 if you choose a MacBook Pro with 64GB of RAM.

Apple didn't immediately respond to queries on the delay or if it is linked to the current worldwide chip shortage.

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It won't be cheap to buy a fully equipped MacBook Pro. The cost of getting one with all the bells and whistles is more than $6,000. Even with all the upgrades, the new laptops offer some major improvements, such as the return of the MagSafe charger, departure of Touch Bar, a 1080p webcam, and 120Hz display.

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