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MacBook Pro 14" and 16", miniLED screens, M1X based 2021 models
  • Present info

    • New HDR MiniLED screens
    • 16" resolution - 3456 x 2234 Retina
    • 14" resolution -3024 x 1964 Retina
    • Touchbar will be gone and replaced by usual functional keys row
    • USB ports
    • SD card reader
    • More Thunderbolt ports
    • M1X main chip will have better performance (up to 75% sustained and up to 120% peak).
    • Price hike will happen
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  • I want the 16” ^^

  • As reported in the Power On mailing list, the new M1X-based MacBook Pro will arrive next month. Typically, Apple held Mac-related events in October or early November, for example - in early November last year, the first laptops based on the Apple M1 platform were introduced.

    According to Gurman, there will be two variants of the chipset, both with 10-core CPUs. Eight cores in them are high-performance, and two are energy efficient. The difference between the options is in the graphics solutions used. M1X will be presented with 16 or 32 graphics cores. Additionally, Gourmet said the company is working on high-performance platforms for the Mac Pro, as well as an M2 chipset for the MacBook Air, iMac and cheaper MacBook Pro.

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    The event will be livestreamed at 10:00 am Pacific time (UTC -7) on October 18, 2021 via https://www.youtube.com/user/Apple

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  • Bloomberg's Mark Gurman understands the chips for the widely expected 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models have surfaced in developer app logs under the names "M1 Pro" and "M1 Max." It's not certain Apple will use these names for its high-end silicon, but they suggest Apple won't go with M1X or otherwise echo the naming scheme used for souped-up A-series chips.

    Earlier rumors have hinted at two processors destined for the new MacBook Pros. Both would include 10 cores (eight high-performance, two high-efficiency). An 'entry' version would include a 16-core GPU, while the higher-end model would pack a 32-core GPU.

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    Notebooks can have cut for usual and face recognition camera. Apple for long time plan to collect 3d face maps of all stationary computer users.

    One thing that I heard is that soon software protection will be directly attached to individual and such camera, so no other people will be able to use software and will require additional licenses.

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  • Some GPU benchmarks (pure processing power is ALU score)

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  • MacRumors contributor Steve Moser has discovered a new “High Power Mode” in the operating system’s recent beta release that can “optimize performance to better support resource intensive tasks” .

  • Shipping estimates on the Apple Store for new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro pre-orders have started sliding into late November and early December.

  • That cut in the screen looks horrible!

  • F*ck Apple, reintroducing standard ports and magsafe power plug... I was forced to get a 2020 powerbook and loathe the 2 USB-C limit... plus it is damn slow