After many rumors, the Apple Keynote today has finally revealed us newly the new MacBook Pro, which promise to be the most powerful portable computers of the company. Here we tell you everything you need to know about them.
The new MacBook Pro 16 inches will have the processor M1 MAX, that Apple revealed today as the most powerful of two new chips. Internally they have a 10-core CPU and a 32-core GPU with a total of 57 thousand transistors. It is able to reach up to 64GB in memory RAM.
On the other hand, the MacBook Pro of 14 inches will have the processor M1 PRO , which although it is not as powerful or fast as the m1 max, is twice as fast as Core i9, The currently equipped MacBook Pro. It is capable of reaching up to 32GB of RAM.
Both computers will have a new panel XDR Retina that will run to 120Hz of Promotion. Likewise, an aluminum chassis is incorporated as well as the return of the port for cards SD, HDMI and of course, The magnetic charger MAGSAFE. You will also have two ports Thunderbolt 4 and 3.55mm input for walle headphones.
Similarly, it was revealed that these computers will have up to 21 hours of battery, ascending the 18 hours of the MacBook Air M1. Another important change is on your screen that now includes a notch , which hides a camera FaceTime resolution 1080p. It is worth noting that it will not have face id.
A rumor that was also confirmed has to do with the elimination of the touchbar on the keyboard, and instead, we will now have a new row of buttons with different functionalities. Similarly, the ignition button serves as a fingerprint sensor that supports technology Touch ID.
Instead we now have a new row of function buttons that allow access to additional functions. The ignition button at the top right is also a fingerprint sensor with Touch ID technology.
In terms of prices, the 14-inch MacBook Pro will be sold from $ 1,999 , while those of 16 inches will start at $ 2 thousand 499 dollars. Alike That the Airpods 3 , the new MacBook Pro are already available in Presament and will be the next week.
Source: Apple Keynote