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    Save money on Apple’s fastest laptops with a MacBook Pro on sale.

    A MacBook Pro Size for Every User

    The MacBook Pro is Apple’s prosumer laptop. Machined from a chunk of aluminum and equipped with backlit keyboard, fast processors, a brilliant Retina display, and SSD storage, the MacBook Pro is designed to deliver portable performance.

    Apple’s MacBook Pro line has been in production since 2006. Among recent releases, there are three display sizes. The current lineup features 13.3-inch and 16-inch displays. The 15.4-inch MacBook Pro may still be available, but was discontinued in November, 2019.

    Touch Bar and Touch ID

    The Touch Bar is an OLED touch strip across the top of the keyboard that made its debut in the MacBook Pro in 2016. Available on most models since then, the Touch Bar replaces the function keys, displays contextual information, and incorporates touch control for common functions like volume and screen brightness.

    Also part of the Touch Bar is a Touch ID biometric fingerprint sensor. Touch ID can be used to unlock the laptop, and to make purchases with Apple Pay.

    Magic Keyboard

    For five years, the MacBook Pro was equipped with butterfly mechanism keyboards that were 40% thinner than standard versions. Starting in late 2019, the 16-inch MacBook Pro adopted a new “Magic Keyboard” that uses a traditional scissor mechanism for longer life and improved tactile feedback. The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro models upgraded to the Magic Keyboard in early 2020.

    Display Changes Through the Years

    Its display has always been a McBook Pro strong point. All recent MacBook Pro models feature bright, high resolution Retina displays with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Resolutions range from 2560 x 1600 pixels for the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro to 3072 x 1920 for the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The discontinued 15.4-inch MacBook Pro had a display resolution of 2880 x 1800.

    The 16-inch MacBook Pro and most recent 13.3-inch MacBook Pro models have upgraded Retina displays with 500 nits brightness, Wide Color (P3) support, and True Tone technology.

    Optional GPUs

    In addition to its integrated graphics, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is equipped with AMD Radeon Pro 5300M or Radeon Pro 5500M GPUs (both equipped with 4GB of DDR4 RAM). The 15.4-inch MacBook Pro was available with optional Radeon GPU upgrades.

    Ports and Storage

    Older MacBook Pro models can still be found with USB Type-A ports and SD card slots, however in 2016 Apple switched to all USB-C. Recent 15.4-inch and current 16-inch MacBook Pros are equipped with four USB-C ports. The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro may have either two or four USB-C ports.

    One of those USB-C ports is used for power.

    In current MacBook Pro models, the USB-C ports are Thunderbolt 3, capable of 40Gbps data transfer and able to drive multiple 4K monitors.

    MacBook Pro laptops use SSD storage exclusively (non user-upgradable). Storage options currently range from 256GB to as much as 8TB for the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

    What’s the Difference Between an M1 and Intel MacBook Pro

    The single biggest change to the MacBook Pro line took place in 2020, when Apple released an M1-powered version of the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro.

    The M1 is Apple’s own custom-designed processor with integrated graphics. It allows Macs to run iOS apps, and is optimized for performance and power efficiency. Apple and 3rd party software companies have been updating software to run natively on M1 MacBook Pros, but these laptops also automatically run older software in emulation (using Rosetta 2) with little performance penalty.

    The M1 MacBook Pro is limited to a maximum of 16GB of RAM. 13.3-inch Intel-based MacBook Pros currently support up to 32GB of RAM, while the 16-inch MacBook Pro can support up to 64GB of RAM. Note: RAM cannot be user upgraded.

    The 16-inch MacBook Pro is still equipped with Intel processors (9th generation Core i7 or Core i9), and there is also a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with 10th generation intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs available.

    Battery Life

    MacBook Pros have always featured “all day” battery life. This typically ranged from 9-10 hours of wireless web browsing. The current 16-inch MacBook Pro offers up to 11 hours of battery life.

    The 13.3-inch M1 MacBook Pro has been able to take full advantage of the M1 chip and is rated for up to 20 hours of battery life.

    Wi-Fi 6

    At this point, only the 13.3-inch M1 MacBook Pro is equipped with Wi-Fi 6. All other models released since 2014 support 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

    Save money on Apple’s fastest laptops with a MacBook Pro on sale.

    A MacBook Pro Size for Every User

    The MacBook Pro is Apple’s prosumer laptop. Machined from a chunk of aluminum and equipped with backlit keyboard, fast processors, a brilliant Retina display, and SSD storage, the MacBook Pro is designed to deliver portable performance.

    Apple’s MacBook Pro line has been in production since 2006. Among recent releases, there are three display sizes. The current lineup features 13.3-inch and 16-inch displays. The 15.4-inch MacBook Pro may still be available, but was discontinued in November, 2019.

    Touch Bar and Touch ID

    The Touch Bar is an OLED touch strip across the top of the keyboard that made its debut in the MacBook Pro in 2016. Available on most models since then, the Touch Bar replaces the function keys, displays contextual information, and incorporates touch control for common functions like volume and screen brightness.

    Also part of the Touch Bar is a Touch ID biometric fingerprint sensor. Touch ID can be used to unlock the laptop, and to make purchases with Apple Pay.

    Magic Keyboard

    For five years, the MacBook Pro was equipped with butterfly mechanism keyboards that were 40% thinner than standard versions. Starting in late 2019, the 16-inch MacBook Pro adopted a new “Magic Keyboard” that uses a traditional scissor mechanism for longer life and improved tactile feedback. The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro models upgraded to the Magic Keyboard in early 2020.

    Display Changes Through the Years

    Its display has always been a McBook Pro strong point. All recent MacBook Pro models feature bright, high resolution Retina displays with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Resolutions range from 2560 x 1600 pixels for the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro to 3072 x 1920 for the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The discontinued 15.4-inch MacBook Pro had a display resolution of 2880 x 1800.

    The 16-inch MacBook Pro and most recent 13.3-inch MacBook Pro models have upgraded Retina displays with 500 nits brightness, Wide Color (P3) support, and True Tone technology.

    Optional GPUs

    In addition to its integrated graphics, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is equipped with AMD Radeon Pro 5300M or Radeon Pro 5500M GPUs (both equipped with 4GB of DDR4 RAM). The 15.4-inch MacBook Pro was available with optional Radeon GPU upgrades.

    Ports and Storage

    Older MacBook Pro models can still be found with USB Type-A ports and SD card slots, however in 2016 Apple switched to all USB-C. Recent 15.4-inch and current 16-inch MacBook Pros are equipped with four USB-C ports. The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro may have either two or four USB-C ports.

    One of those USB-C ports is used for power.

    In current MacBook Pro models, the USB-C ports are Thunderbolt 3, capable of 40Gbps data transfer and able to drive multiple 4K monitors.

    MacBook Pro laptops use SSD storage exclusively (non user-upgradable). Storage options currently range from 256GB to as much as 8TB for the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

    What’s the Difference Between an M1 and Intel MacBook Pro

    The single biggest change to the MacBook Pro line took place in 2020, when Apple released an M1-powered version of the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro.

    The M1 is Apple’s own custom-designed processor with integrated graphics. It allows Macs to run iOS apps, and is optimized for performance and power efficiency. Apple and 3rd party software companies have been updating software to run natively on M1 MacBook Pros, but these laptops also automatically run older software in emulation (using Rosetta 2) with little performance penalty.

    The M1 MacBook Pro is limited to a maximum of 16GB of RAM. 13.3-inch Intel-based MacBook Pros currently support up to 32GB of RAM, while the 16-inch MacBook Pro can support up to 64GB of RAM. Note: RAM cannot be user upgraded.

    The 16-inch MacBook Pro is still equipped with Intel processors (9th generation Core i7 or Core i9), and there is also a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with 10th generation intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs available.

    Battery Life

    MacBook Pros have always featured “all day” battery life. This typically ranged from 9-10 hours of wireless web browsing. The current 16-inch MacBook Pro offers up to 11 hours of battery life.

    The 13.3-inch M1 MacBook Pro has been able to take full advantage of the M1 chip and is rated for up to 20 hours of battery life.

    Wi-Fi 6

    At this point, only the 13.3-inch M1 MacBook Pro is equipped with Wi-Fi 6. All other models released since 2014 support 802.11ac Wi-Fi.