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Are you looking for Apple M3 processor that powers 24-inch iMac and 14-inch MacBook Pro, but confused about how it compares to the Apple M2 processor? Check out its key differences M3 Vs M2:
Both M2 and M3 chips have eight CPU cores, with an option to upgrade to a 10-core GPU for tasks like photo and video editing or gaming.
The M3 has 5 billion more transistors than the M2, making it about 15% faster for AI and machine learning workflows. Both chips have a 16-core Neural Engine for AI-related tasks.
The M3 is built using a new 3nm manufacturing process, allowing for cooler and more efficient operation, while the M2 is built on a 5nm process.
The M3's GPU supports Dynamic Caching for improved performance, ensuring that tasks use the right amount of memory.
The M3 processor has a 16% higher single-core score and a 17% higher multi-core score than the M2 processor in the Geekbench 6 benchmark test.
The M3 processor also supports faster memory and storage speeds, which can improve the overall performance of the system.
The M2 is available in various entry-level Mac machines, including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iPad Pro.
As of now, M3 is available in the 24-inch iMac and 14-inch MacBook Pro, but it's expected to be included in more Mac models in the future.