Apple's move to in-house silicon has been impressively quick — and it continues with its new M3-based MacBook Pro models, packing the world's first PC chips built on a 3-nanometer process. The 14-inch model is available with an M3, M3 Pro, or M3 Max chip, while the 16-inch gets one of the latter two. The M3 offers an 8-core CPU, 10-core GPU, and up to 24GB unified memory, while the M3 Pro steps up to a 12-core CPU, 18-core GPU, and a max of 36GB unified memory. The range-topping M3 Max has a 16-core CPU, a 40-core GPU, and supports up to a massive 128GB of unified memory. They're otherwise much the same as prior models, with an XDR display, 1080p webcams, six-speaker sound systems, and up to 22 hours of battery life. An added bonus of the M3 Pro and Max models? They're available in a stealthy Space Black finish.