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Review: The MacBook Pro is finally for pros again

Henry Burrell
Sat, 13 Nov 2021

Review: The MacBook Pro is finally for pros again
The new MacBook Pro is too much for this author's blood. (Image: Apple)
Henry Burrell
Sat, 13 Nov 2021
The new MacBook Pro has undone a lot of the work ex-Apple head of design Jony Ive did to slim down the company’s laptops.I’ve been testing the 14-inch version MacBook Pro (there’s also a 16-inch) with a chunky design akin to older Apple laptops like the PowerBook G4 from the early 2000s and the MacBook Pro circa 2012 to 2015. The device has Apple’s M1 Pro chip, a new processor the company has developed in-house along with the even more juiced up M1 Max since it ditched partner Intel recently. The laptop has an...

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