New 16-inch MacBook Pro gets practical and older model comparison – .

New 16-inch MacBook Pro gets practical and older model comparison – .

After the first unboxing video and the first real photos of the 14in MacBook Pro that appeared online yesterday, now is the time for the first use of the 16in MacBook Pro powered by the M1 Pro processor. As posted by a Reddit user, there is a new online video posted by YouTuber BRIGHT AWESOME showing what the new 16in MacBook Pro M1 Pro looks like in real life and compared to the older 15in Intel model.

In the video, specifically, you can see all the new ports: HDMI slot, headphone jack, three Thunderbolt ports, and an SD port as well. Not only that, we can see how the notch – or the “housekeeping webcam” – works in Safari. In this case, a black bar covers everything and the notch becomes imperceptible.

Compared to the 15-inch Intel model, this new 16-inch MacBook Pro appears slightly larger, although it is slightly smaller than the 16-inch Intel model.

This new MacBook Pro was presented at Apple’s “Unleashed” event with two versions: 14 inches and 16 inches. For the first time, a MacBook Pro has a 1080p webcam, and compared to the latest M1 processor, Apple claims the M1 Pro chip can deliver 70% faster performance and GPU performance twice as fast as the processor. previous.

Not only that, but the bezels are thinner although the new 16in MacBook Pro is a bit heavier. While we don’t speak Vietnamese, it’s worth watching the 8-minute video comparing this new Mac to the older 15-inch MacBook Pro.

According to Apple, the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips will be available on Tuesday, October 26. Although pre-orders have started to prepare for shipping, this is the first time we’ve seen this new Mac in real life.

Do you want to know more about how it compares to other models? Click here. In the video below, you can take a first look at the new Mac with the M1 Pro chip.

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