Apple equips MacBook Pro with a small LED screen
Apple equips MacBook Pro with a small LED screen

Apple has announced a redesign of the MacBook Pro, powered by the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chipset, which has taken a huge leap forward in display technology on the company's laptops. The small LED display supports ProMotion technology and refresh rate. 120 Hz.

The larger 16-inch MacBook Pro has a 16.2-inch display with a resolution of 3456 x 2234 pixels. The smaller 14-inch model has a 14.2-inch screen with a resolution of 3024 x 1964 pixels.

Both sizes use mini-LED technology, which the company first introduced on the iPad Pro earlier this year.

This feature can enable local dimming beyond the level of traditional LED displays. Although it still does not quite match the level of OLED panels used by competitors such as Samsung.

The new screen also uses Apple ProMotion technology with a 120Hz refresh rate, which results in a faster refresh rate.

The company said that the computer automatically adjusts the refresh rate based on your behavior. For example, reduce the refresh rate when the screen is stable.

ProMotion automatically adjusts the refresh rate based on the movement of user content on the screen to extend battery life and make tasks smoother and more responsive.

The technology also gives users the ability to set a locked refresh rate, which is important for video editing or other use cases that depend on certain screen settings.

Apple offers a 120Hz refresh rate for its computers

The new mini LED display is brighter. It provides 1000 nits of continuous brightness and 1600 lumens of maximum brightness.

It also has a huge contrast ratio to one and the same Liquid Retina XDR that the company uses in Pro Display XDR.

The new screen also offers thinner bezels. But the main camera has an iPhone-style bump.

Additionally, the company has incorporated well-known quick-disconnect connectors into this latest line of MacBook Pro laptops.

The new MagSafe port has a well-known fast magnetic release that the company developed in 2006 that prevents your laptop from falling to the ground if someone steps over the power cord.

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