Today, Apple unveiled two new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models powered by two advanced M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. The power of the new 10-core CPU, 16-core GPU, and 16-core Neural Engine in the next-generation Apple Silicon, 2021 MacBook Pro comes with “the world’s best notebook display”. We have detailed everything new in the advanced display.
All you need to know about MacBook Pro new display
The new MacBook Pro models come with larger displays with thinner bezels: the 16-inch model offers a 16.2-inch display with 7.7 million pixels and the 14-inch model offers a 14.2-inch display with 5.9 million pixels.
Both models feature a mini-LED display, branded as Liquid Retina XDR display like the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which delivers up to “1,000 nits of sustained, full-screen brightness, an incredible 1,600 nits of peak brightness, and a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.” The extreme dynamic range enhances detail in shadows, deeper blacks, highlights, and colors in HDR content. It also supports P3 wide color gamut and one billion colors for improved gradients than before.
In addition, Apple has introduced ProMotion technology with up to 120Hz adaptive refresh rate in the new display. The same technology was firstly released on iPhone 13 Pro models. A higher refresh rate will improve the watching, gaming, and video editing experience on the new pro notebooks.
ProMotion automatically varies the refresh rate to match the motion of a user’s onscreen content to help preserve battery life, and makes tasks more fluid and even more responsive.
Both models are available to order on apple.com today. The 14-inch model starting at $1999 and the 16-inch model starts at 2,499.
- 2021 MacBook Pro camera and speaker upgrades – all you need to know
- Apple introduces HomePod mini in new color options: yellow, blue, and orange
- Apple announces new Apple Music Voice Plan powered by Siri, coming later this year
- Apple announces AirPods 3 with new design, longer battery, MagSafe support and more