New MacBook Pro: Everything you need to know

The new MacBook Pro was unveiled on Monday at Apple’s Unleashed event. Screen size and new Apple-made CPUs dubbed M1 Pro and M1 Max are the main draws of the new MacBook Pro notebooks, but they’re not the only ones. Apple asserts that the M1 Pro and M1 Max are superior to competing products from Intel and AMD.

Up to 32GB of RAM may be installed on the M1 Pro thanks to its use of a 5nm chipset. A 10-core CPU and a 16-core GPU are available, with 8 cores being high-performance and 2 being power-efficient. Up to 64GB of RAM and a 32-core GPU are supported by the M1 Max. A 10-core chip is included in the CPU module. In addition, both include Apple’s unified memory system, which was debuted with the M1 and now allows additional IO connectors (more USB ports).

The latest MacBook Pro computers from Apple dubbed the M1 Pro and M1 Max, are said to be the quickest ever. Steve Jobs’ successor, Tim Cook, described the new MacBook Pro computers as “the most powerful MacBooks we’ve ever produced”.

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The new MacBook Pro’s screen size and redesign are also noteworthy. There are two models of the new MacBook Pro: a 14-inch model and a 16-inch one. Apple’s new MacBook Pro notebooks have very tiny bezels and a notch on the screen similar to the iPhone 13’s, which conceals the camera. FullHD (1080P) video recording is now possible with the webcam.

In addition, new display technology has been included in the game. Apple’s Liquid Retina XDR display, included in the MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch, has a maximum brightness of 1600 nits and a sustained brightness of about 1000 nits. Both MacBook Pro laptops’ displays include a refresh rate of 120 Hz and compatibility for the P3 broad color gamut.

Because the display on the new MacBook Pro Liquid Retina XDR is named as such by Apple, it’s reasonable to assume that it employs the same mini-LED technology that was initially introduced on the iPad micro. The resolution of the 14-inch device screen is 3024 x 1964 pixels, whereas that of the 16-inch screen is 3456 x 2234 pixels.

In addition to redesigning the device, Apple has also made several useful modifications to its professional computers over this time. They’ve added HDMI and SD card readers, among other connections. There is no longer a TouchBar on the MacBook Pro, and the function keys have been replaced with a new MagSafe connection and function keys.

Additionally, the gadget battery life has been improved, with the most expensive model in the range offering up to 21 hours of video playback time. Both laptops have upgraded audio systems as well, with sound now coming from six speakers. Its headphone connector allows for high-quality audio output.


There are two screen sizes available for the MacBook Pro. It starts at Rs 1,94,900 for the 14-inch MacBook Pro in India. It starts at $1,999 in the United States (roughly Rs 1,50,400). It starts at Rs 2,39,900 for the 16-inch MacBook Pro in India. It starts at $2,499 in the United States (roughly Rs 1,88,100).

Indian customers will be able to purchase the newest MacBook Pro models starting on October 26th. Customers in India may begin pre-ordering the MacBook today through the Apple India webshop.