How A17 Pro sets up M3 Macs for Gaming

Macs haven’t had the greatest reputation among gamers in the last few years. From stories of Whoopi Goldberg being annoyed about her inability to play Diablo 4 on Apple devices to Baldur’s Gate 3 taking months to launch on Mac, it feels like they’re regularly behind the curve on trending games. 

Fortunately, one of the things that excited me most about this year’s Apple Event is the impressive A17 Pro chip in the iPhone 15 Pro Max. This doesn’t just signify it is an impressive phone (it is) but it also shows a commitment to gaming that Apple hasn’t had for a long time. Though it may take a little while for them to figure things out, this makes future M3 Macs a very interesting potential upgrade from my gracefully aging M1 MacBook from 2020. 

It’s not just a mirage

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