Apple launches 14-inch MacBook Pro
Apple launches 14-inch MacBook Pro

Apple announced a redesign of the MacBook Pro. In addition to the standard Thunderbolt port, it now includes a 14-inch display, the company's new M1 Pro and Max chipset, a point and multiple ports.

Pricing starts at $1,999 and is immediate to order. He brought back the HDMI port and SD card reader, and added a MagSafe 3 port for charging (although you can use the Thunderbolt port for charging as well).

The device has a 14.2-inch ProMotion MiniLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz and its brand is Liquid Retina Pro XDR.

Its frame is thinner than the previous generation. It also includes a notch that includes a 1080p webcam but does not have the FaceID function.

In terms of resolution, the 14-inch device has a resolution of 3024 x 1964 pixels. It can be operated with a permanent brightness of 1000 lumens and a maximum brightness of 1600 lumens.

Set up a new 14-inch MacBook Pro with the new M1 Pro or M1 Max chipset. And both contain 10 processor cores.

M1 Pro can have 14 or 16 GPU cores, while M1 Max has 24 and 32 GPU cores.

The new MacBook Pro is equipped with 16GB of storage. You can use the M1 Pro to upgrade to 32GB or use the M1 Max to upgrade to 64GB.

In addition to all the new ports, the MacBook Pro also adds a third Thunderbolt port on similar 13-inch products.

The Thunderbolt port is now Thunderbolt 4, an upgrade from the previous Thunderbolt 3 port.

Apple's new MacBook Pro changes the rules of the game

This is the company's first major overhaul of the company's line of laptops since 2016. In 2016, the Butterfly keyboard, touch bar, and Thunderbolt 3 became the only standard types (other than the helmet connector).

It also marks the return of the 14-inch mid-range screen that hasn't been shown on Apple laptops since the iBook G4 in 2005.

The company is working to make a clearer distinction between the smaller MacBook Pro devices. Programming has been a bit messy over the past few years.

The two-port MacBook Pro and the four-port 13-inch computers are grouped together, but they're completely different computers, with different processors and different prices.

The difference in screen size now makes a difference, and those looking for portability can get their hands on the 13-inch MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. The 14" Pro is for everyone looking for a little extra motivation.

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