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Apple renews MacBook Pro lineup with M1 Pro and M1 chips

Apple has announced new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. The model joins the 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 chip. Designed for developers, photographers, filmmakers, 3D artists, scientists, and music producers, the MacBook Pro delivers high processing power, graphics, and machine learning (ML) performance for graphics-intensive workflows. To do.

The new MacBook Pro also features a Liquid Retina XDR display, a wide range of ports for advanced connectivity, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and the best audio system in your notebook.

“We have set out to create the best Pro notebook in the world. Today we are excited to announce the all-new MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max. Amazing performance, unmatched battery life and innovation. A groundbreaking combination of features, said Greg Joswiack, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing. “The all-new MacBook Pro is a breathtaking XDR display, MagSafe 3, and advanced 1080p. Add all the ports of your camera, sensational 6-speaker sound system, and more with a stunning new design. The new MacBook Pro is unmatched. It’s by far the best pro you’ve ever created. It’s a notebook. “

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The MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max is the first to apply a system-on-chip (SoC) architecture to a pro system, demonstrating a major step forward in the transition to Apple Silicon on the Mac, with fast unified memory and best-in-class performance per watt. And memory bandwidth for unmatched performance with industry-leading power efficiency.

The M1 Pro has a CPU with up to 10 cores with 8 high-performance cores and 2 high-efficiency cores, and a GPU with up to 16 cores, delivering up to 70% faster CPU performance than the M1. GPU performance up to 2x faster. The M1 Pro also offers up to 200GB / s of memory bandwidth (almost three times the bandwidth of the M1) and supports up to 32GB of fast unified memory.

Designed to dramatically accelerate professional video workflows, the M1 Pro adds ProRes accelerators to the media engine for incredibly fast and power-efficient video processing.

M1 Max takes the functionality of M1 Pro even further. Equipped with the same powerful 10-core CPU as the M1 Pro, the M1 Max doubles the GPU with up to 32 cores for up to four times faster GPU performance than the M1. It also has up to 400GB / sec of memory bandwidth (twice the M1 Pro, almost six times the M1) and up to 64GB of fast unified memory.

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M1 Max also offers an enhanced media engine with two ProRes accelerators for even higher multi-stream performance. As a result, professionals can edit up to 30 streams of 4K Pro Res video or up to 7 streams of 8K Pro Res video in Final Cut Pro. This is more streams than a 28-core Mac Pro with Afterburner.

Featuring a brand new design, the 14-inch and 16-inch models of the MacBook Pro feature a brand new aluminum enclosure with optimized internal space for improved performance and functionality. The new MacBook Pro also comes with a Magic Keyboard set in a double anodized blackwell. It elegantly emphasizes the backlit glyphs on the keys and features a full-height functional row.

Physical function keys, including a wide escape key, replace the touch bar to regain the familiar feel of mechanical keys loved by professional users. The new keyboard is complemented by the industry’s best Force Touch trackpad, perfect for professional applications.

On the connection side, there are three Thunderbolt 4 ports for connecting high-speed peripherals, an SDXC card slot for fast access to media, and an HDMI port for convenient connection to displays and TVs.

The new MacBook Pro model with M1 Pro and M1 Max will be available from October 26th. The 14-inch MacBook Pro model starts at Rs 1,94,900 and Rs 1,75,410 for education, and the 16-inch MacBook Pro model starts at Rs 2,39,900 and Rs 2,15,910 for education.

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Apple renews MacBook Pro lineup with M1 Pro and M1 chips Apple renews MacBook Pro lineup with M1 Pro and M1 chips

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