Apple just concluded its scaringly fast half-hour-long “Scary Fast” event, and its online store is now back up after going down earlier today. All newly announced Mac models – including the 24-inch iMac and MacBook Pro – are now available to order online.
The M3-equipped iMac still starts at the same $1,299 price tag as its M1 predecessor. On the other hand, the 14-inch MacBook Pro can now be ordered with the entry-level M3 processor, with its price starting at $1,599. The 16-inch MacBook Pro still starts at the same $2,499 price point.
The 14-inch MacBook Pro can be configured with the M3, M3 Pro, or M3 Max chips. The larger 16-inch model can only be equipped with the M3 Pro and M3 Max.
Apple says that the iMac and MacBook Pros configured with the M3 or the M3 Pro will begin shipping to customers starting next week on Tuesday, November 7. However, the higher-end MacBook Pros with the M3 Max will only begin shipping later in November.