Apple launches new MacBook Pro with display notch and ‘powerful’ processors

The MacBook Pro now features HDMI, SD card, and MagSafe charging connections.

Apple unveiled its new MacBook Pro notebooks on Monday, offering 14 and 16-inch displays and promising a style and performance improvement.

The M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets are used to power them. Both chipsets have a 10-core CPU and a 16-core (Pro) or 32-core (Max) GPU.

The MacBook Pro now features HDMI and SD card connections, as well as MagSafe charging.

The new Liquid Retina HDR displays will have an iPhone-style notch display with a stated peak brightness of 1,600 nits and a ProMotion adaptive refresh rate.

The camera will also feature Full HD resolution and spatial audio, making it more useful for video conferencing.

The shell is completely made of aluminium, and Apple claims that the new cooling system can circulate "50% more air" with quieter fan speeds than prior MacBooks.

The chassis has also been redesigned to be more modern. With a 16.2-inch display, the gadget weighs 4.7 pounds and is 16.8mm thick. The M1 Pro variant can accommodate up to two Pro Display XDRs, while the M1 Max configuration can accommodate up to three, as well as a 4K TV.

According to Apple, the 16-inch Pro will provide 21 hours of video playing on batteries, which the firm claims is "the longest battery life ever on a Mac computer."

The new CPUs, according to Apple, will be able to provide far more power while consuming significantly less energy than PC processors.

Shivam Sharma

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