Apple WWDC 2023: Apple’s new Mac Studio and transitioned Mac Pro are said to be the two most powerful Macs ever

Apple says who's the boss now!

Apple's top-of-the-line Mac Pro has finally received the Silicon Valley treatment, signifying the completion of the Mac transition together with the rest of Apple’s pro systems. Alongside the new and updated Mac Pro, the Cupertino giant has also introduced the new Mac Studio, dubbing them the two most powerful Macs ever created. 

Let's dive into the latter first, where the spotlight shines on the magnificent Mac Studio. Boasting the M2 Max and the brand-new M2 Ultra, Apple declares it to be 6 times faster than the most powerful Intel-based 27-inch iMac and 3 times faster than its predecessor - the Mac Studio with the M1 Ultra. It features a 12-core CPU, up to a 38-core GPU, and up to 96GB of unified memory with 400GB/s of memory bandwidth.

The all-new Mac Studio takes things up a notch with its upgraded HDMI, offering higher bandwidth that supports 8K resolution and 240Hz frame rates. Thanks to the M2 Ultra chip, the Mac Studio can handle up to six Pro Display XDRs, bringing over 100 million pixels to life. The Mac Studio now comes equipped with built-in wireless technologies. Wi-Fi 6E allows higher download speed and with Bluetooth 5.3, you can connect to the latest Bluetooth accessories, no sweat.

On the back of the Mac Studio, you'll find four Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 10Gb Ethernet port, an enhanced HDMI port, and two USB-A ports. But that's not all—convenience is key, which is why the front of the Mac Studio features two USB-C ports and an SD card slot.

Now, shifting gears to the Mac Pro, the device struts its stuff with the M2 Ultra chip, blending Apple's performance with PCIe expansion. As per Apple, the Mac Pro laughs in the face of its Intel-based ancestor, boasting speeds that are up to 3 times faster. Apple also says that both the Mac Studio and the Mac Pro flaunt up to 192GB of unified memory. That's more memory than even the most advanced workstation graphic cards.