Apple changed the 15-inch MacBook Pro with a new 16-inch mode in November 2019, exactly a few months after refreshing the MacBook Pro in May and July of 2019.
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro features a larger 16-inch Retina display, slimmer bezels, and really modern keyboard equipped by a scissor mechanism instead of a butterfly mechanism, up to 64GB RAM, up to 8TB of storage, and AMD Radeon Pro 5000M Series graphics cards.
Apple sell the existing 13-inch MacBook Pro models constantly that were updated earlier this year, as a result, the lineup now consists of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The new 16-inch MacBook Pro features a 3072×1920 resolution and a higher pixel density of 226 ppi.
As you probably know the Touch Bar and the Retina display of all MacBook Pro models feature support for True Tone functionality that adjusts white balance to match ambient lighting, and other display features such as wide color support are included.
The machines use Intel’s 8th and 9th-generation processors, and are Apple’s fastest MacBook Pro models to date. The 16-inch MacBook Pro features the same processors introduced in the May 15-inch MacBook Pro update, with an 8-core option available at the high end.
Moreover 16-inch MacBook Pro models use 6 or 8-core 9th-generation chips. However, the 13-inch MacBook Pro models are equipped by quad-core 8th-generation chips. In this regard Apple says the 16-inch MacBook Pro uses the “most advanced thermal architecture ever in a Mac notebook,” allowing it to run at higher power for longer periods of time.
We should mention that, there’s a new fan design with a larger impeller, extended blades, and bigger vents, which increases airflow by 28 percent. The heat sink is also 35 percent larger, allowing for more heat dissipation, these main reasons, lets the MacBook Pro remain up to 12 watts more during intensive workloads compared to the prior 15-inch MacBook Pro.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro continues to feature an upgraded butterfly mechanism that’s designed to cut down on key failures, but the new 16-inch MacBook Pro has a new Magic Keyboard.
As a matter of fact, the Magic Keyboard uses a refined scissor mechanism that is expected to be more reliable than the butterfly keyboard that was prone to failure. The keyboard offers up 1mm of key travel and features a “more responsive key press.”
Apple has updated the Magic Keyboard to feature a physical Escape key instead of the virtual key on the Touch Bar, along with a separate Touch ID button and an inverted “T” arrangement for the arrow keys. Like the 13-inch MacBook Pro, it continues to offer a Touch Bar.
There’s also a new six-speaker sound system in the 16-inch MacBook Pro that’s designed to suggest the most developed audio experience ever in a notebook. we should accept that, sounds are more clear and more natural in compare with old versions, and the bass is half an octave deeper. There’s also an developed high-performance microphone with a 40 percent reduction in hiss and a better signal to noise ratio. The 13-inch MacBook Pro uses stereo speakers with two microphones.
13-inch MacBook Pro machines feature Intel Iris Plus Graphics 645 and 655, while 16-inch models are equipped with built-in graphics and either Radeon Pro 5300M graphics or Radeon Pro 5500M graphics. Up to 8TB of SSD storage is available in the 16-inch machine, while the 13-inch machine can support a 2TB SSD.
The AMD Radeon 5000M series graphics in the 16-inch MacBook Pro offer the first 7nm mobile discrete GPUs designed for pro users. The standard configuration offers up to 2.1 times faster graphics performance than the previous configuration, and the high-end graphics options offer 80 percent faster performance.
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